Street art festival boosts LGBT visibility in Vancouver’s Chinatown

By: Winston Szeto

A digital mural by Kara Juku & Christian Yves Jones is part of the Pride in Chinatown festival in Vancouver.

(Ben Nelms/CBC) Pride in Chinatown is celebrating its third anniversary and, unlike the Vancouver Pride Parade and other major events across the Lower Mainland, the event is not going online because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The idea of Pride in Chinatown [is] to have a presence,” said Paul Wong, the artistic director and curator […]


Proof I have the ability once every few years to wake up before 7am!I had the pleasure of joining Paul Wong this…

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