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A Jar Of Pickles

A Jar Of Pickles

A Jar of Pickles is a playful paper goods company based in the Bay Area, California, created by Kirstie Wang. Kirstie loves what a heartfelt, handwritten note can bring to special occasions or any ordinary day. She strives for A Jar of Pickles to embody simplicity, colour, and easy laughs. Her designs are inspired by the people she is blessed to know and the joy they so naturally bring out in her. What began as a college hobby has evolved into a thriving small business that Kirstie loves growing.

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Artbedo

Artbedo

Mikayla Hong is a self-taught artist and Masters of biomedical engineering graduate from UBC. Her artwork is mainly created using watercolour paints, but she loves experimenting with different styles and mediums. A portion of all her profits benefits the Downtown Eastside Women's Shelter as well as other Vancouver-based charities. 

Vancouver's Chinatown is a very special place to her. Growing up, she would come often to grab something to eat with her grandma, go grocery shopping with family, or attend kung-fu/lion dance classes with Chau Luen Athletics. Over the years, this community has changed a lot and it has become more important than ever to preserve the cultural heritage. Her commissioned illustrations, in collaboration with Chinatown Storytelling Centre, capture aspects of Chinatown's past and present.
ArtketGoods

ArtketGoods

ArtketGoods creates unique Asian-inspired candles and was founded in Toronto by Francesca Chan in Jan 2020. She is a full-time graphic designer and the pandemic allowed her to explore and share her own creativity through candle making.

Chan, whose parents emigrated to Canada from Hong Kong when she was 9 years old, spent most of her childhood in Hong Kong and Vancouver. Her childhood was filled with the flavours and experiences of beloved Asian snacks and treats which inspired her to recreate those scents and embrace Asian culture through her candles.

 

Azn Flush

Azn Flush makes Asian drinking card games. The games draw on Asian American cultural references and shared experiences in a fun and provocative way.

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BeCandle

BeCandle

Established in 2012, BeCandle is a fragrance product factory and lab located in the outskirts of Hong Kong in Sai Kung. They produce candles in small batches with high-quality craftsmanship and strive to create each piece with care and quality, using a blend of vegetal and soy wax, fine fragrances and essential oils from Europe. The Dim Sum candles are created using the same techniques chefs use to make real dim sum, and are housed in a traditional bamboo steaming box.

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Blushiez

Blushiez

Blushiez was started by Linda Nguyen, a plushie lovers from San Jose during the pandemic.The brand celebrates Asian American heritage through original kawaii pet toys inspired by nostalgic Asian snacks. Blushiez believes that everyone and their dogs deserves a little bit of cuteness in their life!

Boba Grizz

Boba Grizz

The #bobagrizz collaboration between Mitchell & Ness and CCYAA celebrates the relationship between the historical NBA franchise and the Vancouver Chinese Community. All proceeds of the sale go directly to the programs of the Chinatown Storytelling Centre.

Boba Grizz X Kung Fu Raptors

Boba Grizz X Kung Fu Raptors

First launched in 2022, the Boba Grizz Capsule Collection is a collaboration with Mitchell and Ness and Toronto non-profit Canadian Chinese Youth Athletic Association (CCYAA) celebrating the relationship between the Vancouver Chinese Canadian community and the Vancouver Grizzlies. Now back by popular demand, the meaning of the collection has evolved to celebrating the power of nostalgia in bringing people together.

We also have a limited release of the Year of the Dragon Bruce Lee X Toronto Raptors capsule collection, developed in partnership with the Bruce Lee Foundation. This fourth collaboration between CCYAA and Mitchell & Ness commemorates the 50th Anniversary of 'Enter the Dragon' and Bruce Lee's cultural impact on the Asian community in North America, allowing fans to represent their team, culture and honour the legendary martial artist.

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Bowl Cut Paper Goods

Bowl Cut Paper Goods

Based in Toronto, Canada, Bowl Cut Paper Goods creates cute, modern stationery with an Asian twist. Founder Sandra Kuan had a bowl cut lovingly styled by her grandmother, and as she grew up, she realized many others sported a bowl cut too when they were young. There are so many shared stories like this one, and to reconnect and understand our cultural roots has become a growing desire and joy for her today. Bowl Cut Paper Goods gives you a little bit of that: nostalgia, family, culture and a dose of fun.

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By Mamalaterre

By Mamalaterre

By Mamalaterre was founded by Roong Suchinunkul. A former architect with her own studio in Thailand, she left her 14-year architect career in order to “switch careers” and become a full-time mother. Later, she and her family moved to Hong Kong for her husband’s work. She is an artist that specializes in hand carved stamps, hand printing, fabric printing, watercolour painting, calligraphy and embroidery and loves to create artwork that is related to Chinese culture and lifestyle.

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Chinatown Collection

Chinatown Storytelling Centre x TEALEAVES

Chinatown Storytelling Centre x TEALEAVES

The Chinatown Storytelling Centre X TEALEAVES collaboration honours the immigrant journey and celebrates the Chinese Canadian experience. The prevalence of Chinese teas in Canadian society today is a testament to the dedication of the Chinese immigrants who brought their traditions across an ocean for future generations to enjoy. 

Our "Gold Mountain Tea" is blended by TEALEAVES, a local tea company founded in Vancouver, who has now become the globally renowned tea blender for five-star hotels and Michelin-star restaurants.

Chinatown Today

Chinatown Today

Chinatown Today is a Vancouver Chinatown based non-profit that is dedicated to helping share Chinatown’s stories – past, present, and future. Energized and influenced by the diverse Chinatown community, Chinatown Today is emboldened by the fact that many of the stories are carried by the elders and knowledge holders in spaces that are often difficult to access. These knowledge holders often view their stories as undesirable and undervalued, but Chinatown Today sees how valuable these stories are. Their mission is to create spaces where Chinatown elders feel comfortable sharing their stories to uplift these experiences and share these pieces of knowledge with the larger community.

Since 2017, their signature publication, Chinatown Stories, has served as a platform for sharing stories taking a variety of forms, from interviews and creative non-fiction to recipes, essays, poetry, prose, and photography. 

 

Chop Suey Club

Chop Suey Club

Chop Suey Club is a boutique store in downtown NYC focusing on contemporary Chinese design, arts & culture. They procure design products from young Chinese creatives around the world, showcasing seasonal rotations of items for diverse lifestyles. Chop Suey Club is an effort to open up contemporary Chinese culture to a larger audience.

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