On The Coast | Feb 7, 2013 | 9:38

Embracing the change in Chinatown

Vancouver's historic neighbouhood is home to an increasing number of non-traditional, non-Chinese businesses, but its long-time residents and business owners don't seem to mind. 'On the Coast' host Stephen Quinn took a tour to find out more.

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