Upcoming Event: Big Fight in Little Chinatown Screening at UBC – 6-9pm Wednesday March 27

Upcoming Event: Big Fight in Little Chinatown Screening at UBC – 6-9pm Wednesday March 27

The UBC AMS is hosting a screening of Karen Cho 曹嘉伦’s documentary Big Fight in Little Chinatown at 6pm on Wednesday, March 27 as part of Culture Fest series of events. The screening will be held at the Performance Theatre on the second floor of the UBC AMS Nest (6133 University Blvd), and will be followed by a panel discussion with Minnie Ng, Equity and Inclusion Officer at the UBC AMS, Melody Ma of #SaveChinatownYVR  and Chinatown Together, Victoria So from the UBC Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies (INSTRCC) and Chinatown Together, and Beverly Ho from Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice.


When: Wednesday, March 27, from 6:00 to 9:00pm
The Performance Theatre in the UBC AMS Nest


For more about the film, watch the trailer below:

Featuring Kam Wai Dim Sum in our very own Chinatown, the film draws a narrative stretching across time and geographic distance, sharing the challenges that have and continue to face Chinatowns across North America.

Things to bring:

  • Questions and curiosity to the panel as we will be answering questions and discussing what we can do to protect Vancouver’s Chinatown.

COVID Safety Information

For the health and safety of all our community members (especially seniors, disabled and immunocompromised folks), we highly encourage you to wear a face mask (preferably KN95, KF94 or N95).

Accessibility Information

Transit: The UBC AMS Nest is accessible by transit via bus routes including the 4, 14, 99 B-Line, 25, 41, and 49.

Parking: Paid Parking is available in several lots around UBC, including underneath the Nest.

Venue accessibility: The AMS Nest and Performance Theatre are wheelchair accessible.