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Coton Colors

Coton Colors

Coton Colors by Laura Johnson products and designs are coveted pieces for the discerning hostesses, collectors and gift givers, inspiring all to embody the celebratory lifestyle of the brand. Her Chinese Zodiac Collection was inspired by her travels to China and her love of Chinese design and culture.

CYBER MONDAY

Dim Sum Crew

Dinnerware

Dog Toys

Donna Seto

Donna Seto

Donna Seto (she/her) is a Vancouver-based self-taught watercolour artist who was once told that art wouldn’t get her anywhere. During the pandemic, she revisited her passion for art and started illustrating the buildings of Vancouver’s Chinatown. Donna is drawn to urban settings, marginalized communities, layered histories, and the complexity of memory, which she hopes to capture through her art.  She is also a writer with a research background in Politics and International Relations and works at the University of British Columbia. Donna is working on her first novel, a collection of short stories, as well as turning her illustrations of Chinatown into a book. She feels privileged to have grown up on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples.

 

Earrings

FHC X Artbedo: Bao in Chinatown

FHC X Artbedo: Bao in Chinatown

Introducing the exclusive FHC x Artbedo Bao in Chinatown collection! Join Bao in exploring and wandering through Vancouver’s Chinatown.

Fiction

Foo Hung Curios x Alvin Lee

Foo Hung Curios x Alvin Lee

Strathcona born and raised, Alvin Lee paints what no longer exists in Chinatown.

In his retirement, he began to paint the vibrant Chinatown streetscapes of his youth all from memory and photographs. His widely admired nostalgic originals are exhibited at local art shows.

Foo Hung Curios x Fred John

Foo Hung Curios x Fred John

Fred John grew up enriched by his youth in Strathcona and nearby Chinatown.

His deep love for the tight-knit community of his childhood remained until the end of his life. In his adult years, Fred memorialized the homes of his friends who lived in Strathcona.

In the last year of his life, he donated his beautiful paintings of Strathcona homes to the Vancouver Chinatown Foundation. All proceeds of this collaboration will go towards the Chinatown Storytelling Centre.

Pictured: Fred John and Richard Kazuta

Foo Hung Curios X Hype Chocolate

Foo Hung Curios X Hype Chocolate

What do Foo Hung Curios and Hype Chocolate have in common? We love bringing people together through nostalgia.

Our collaboration presents nostalgia charm in a new form. Featuring iconic Chinese Canadian flavours, these chocolate bars are made in Vancouver's historic Strathcona neighbourhood, inspired by the stories of Vancouver's Chinatown.

Foo Hung Curios x IKIWISI

Foo Hung Curios x IKIWISI

Discover this new, fun and colourful Cantonese Sayings Tote Bag created in collaboration with I'll Know It When I See It.

Based in Vancouver, BC, I’ll Know It When I See It is a two-woman business, creating fun and Asian-inspired paper goods and gifts. The founders both have long standing ties to Vancouver's Chinatown - Christine's great grandparents called Chinatown their home when they immigrated to Canada in 1913 and Cassie's grandmother still lives in Chinatown to this day.

We are proud to support this local Chinese Canadian business and thankful for their contributions to our community.

Food + Drink

Foodies

Foodies

Games + Puzzles

Gift Cards

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Gifts Under $100

Gifts Under $50

Gotamago

Gotamago

Gotamago is founded by Lichia Liu, a Taiwanese-Canadian who was a self-taught illustrator. She quit the corporate world to focus on her ink-an-watercolour illustrations designed and printed in Toronto. The brand grew into a collection of cards, gift tags, prints and postcards. Every design has a personal story and is delivered from the heart.

Grizzlies Capsule

Happy Dim Sum

Happy Dim Sum

Happy Dim Sum card game was born on a wintry day in early 2020 in Toronto. The co-designers Daniel and Justin grew up looking forward to tasty dim sum meals with their families on a Sunday morning. More recently, dim sum brunches have become a favourite way for them to see their friends on weekends, usually followed by an afternoon spent playing board games with them. During the pandemic, their interests melded together and sparked the idea for a card game that would take the quirky etiquette of a dim sum meal and make it fun and hilarious.

Holts Café Collection

This collection is featured at Holts Café in Downtown Vancouver, featuring a special display of products that celebrate the Chinese Canadian experience just in time for Lunar New Year.