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Whispers of the Soul

Inspired by the knowledge that humanity connects us all, “Whispers of the Soul” is a story about a young girl who goes on a magical adventure, learning both the importance of respecting values and honoring all communities.

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LunarFest 2021

Family is where everything begins. Like a comma, it gives us the breathing room for never ending thoughts; it’s the place first to shape our perspectives navigating the world. Like a period, it is often the place where a journey finds its conclusion or prepares for a fresh start.

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Coastal Lunar Lanterns 2021 Family Ties

In 2019, a group of Indigenous artists embraced the idea of celebrating the Lunar New Year tradition in the form of Coastal Lunar Lanterns, a collaborative project between LunarFest Vancouver and Tourism Vancouver that aims to make Vancouver the top North American destination for Lunar New Year celebrations.

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A Musical Banquet

A Musical Banquet

One of the most important Lunar New Year celebrations is having a grand feast with your friends and family. In Taiwan, street banquets are known for being sumptuous and delicious. World-renowned Chai Found Music Workshop brings their chamber-music interpretation to Canada for the first time. Celebrate the Lunar New Year like no other with “A Musical Banquet: A Feast of Sumptuous Classical Music.”

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Coastal Lunar Lanterns 2020

These lanterns are created with the designs of Indigenous artists from the Stó:lō, Dené, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh nations in 2020 to celebrate one of the most important traditions in Asia – Lunar New Year.

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Jonathan Lee

Jonathan Lee 2019 World Tour In Vancouver Jonathan Lee, a most influential music producer and established singer-songwriter in Chinese pop music, is coming to Vancouver for his tour of concert – “Those Songs Through The Years”.

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Coastal Lunar Lanterns 2019

These lanterns are created with the designs of indigenous artists from Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh along with an indigenous artist from Taiwan Atayal tribe to celebrate one of the most important traditions in Asia – Lunar New Year.

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Lan Shin’s songs “Mother’s Eyes,” “Tribe Duli,” and “Wawa” have each won the Taiwan Original Music Award. In 2011 the group received second prize at the National Aboriginal Band Contest, returning to take the top prize in 2012. Though they had the opportunity to sign a contract with international record companies and release albums, they declined the invitation.

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