On The Coast | Feb 8, 2013 | 7:28

    Gentrification in Vancouver's Chinatown

    Henry Tom (Chair of the Vancouver Chinatown Revitalization Committee), Queenie Choo (CEO of SUCCESS) and Sid Tan (Board Member of the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood Council) discuss the changing face of Chinatown.

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