Eating Stories, a Chinese Canadian and Aboriginal Potluck.
Vancouver Museum, 1110 Chestnut Street, Vancouver.

The Chinese Canadian Historical Society of BC is pleased to welcome everyone to the book launch for Eating Stories: A Chinese Canadian and Aboriginal Potluck, edited by Brandy Liên Worrall and with Foreword by Margaret Gallagher. Following the success of the first workshop and the resulting book publication, Finding Memories, Tracing Routes (English and bilingual English-Chinese editions), CCHS held a second writing workshop with the theme of "Food and Family." Twenty-three participants, including three First Nations/Aboriginal/Métis researched, discussed, and wrote their memories of family gatherings, home cooking, restaurant outings, and other stories cooked up by the smells, tastes, sounds, sights, and textures that bring families and communities together. In addition to their stories, there are 37 recipes and over 170 images. Please join us for the official launch of this unique book and meet the authors! 

For more information, <http://www.cchsbc.ca/>http://www.cchsbc.ca/
 

Eating Stories: A Chinese Canadian and Aboriginal potluck

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