Nov 11 Ceremonies in Vancouver Chinatown at Canadian Chinese Pioneer monument begins at 12:20pm

It's now a 5 year Chinatown Remembrance Day tradition for Chinese Canadian Veterans: 12:30pm ceremony after Victory Square ceremonies. 


Here is the Canadian Chinese Monument at Keefer Triangle, located at Keefer and Columbia St, across from the Chinese Cultural Centre Museum and Archives. – photo Todd Wong


My Grand-Uncle Dan at the Chinatown Cenotaph inaugural Remembrance Day Ceremony in 1994 – photo Todd Wong


Following the Victory Square Armistice Day ceremonies, the veterans of Pacific Unit 280 go to Chinatown, and have a smaller more intimate and personal 2nd Remembrance Day ceremony for Chinese Canadian veterans.  This has always been followed by their traditional lunch at Foo's Ho Ho Restaurant.

The veterans march will begin approximately at 12:20 pm, and the ceremony will begin at the Canadian Chinese Pioneer monument at Keefer St. Triangle at 12:30pm.

I have attended past ceremonies since 2004
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