Multicultural Museum Education in and beyond Exhibit: Local and Transnational Synergies from Canada’s Oldest Chinatown

@article{Chung2015MulticulturalME,
  title={Multicultural Museum Education in and beyond Exhibit: Local and Transnational Synergies from Canada’s Oldest Chinatown},
  author={T. Chung},
  journal={museum and society},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={215-230}
}
  • T. Chung
  • Published 2015
  • History
  • museum and society
In 2013, as part of ‘A Chinatown Celebration,’ a month-long festival celebrating Canada’s oldest Chinatown, the Royal BC Museum (RBCM) mounted a temporary exhibition Tradition in Felicities: Celebrating 155 Years of Victoria’s Chinatown TiF) (Figure 1). The exhibit also celebrated the Chinese Freemasons’ 150 anniversary in Canada.  TiF featured a unique centerpiece: a handcrafted lantern created in the 1930s by Victoria’s Chinese Freemasons, one of the oldest Chinese organizations in Canada… Expand
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