Contact: Hugo Li
Rotary Club of Richmond
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Multi Voices One Heart 2020 Concert (MVOH) by Winnie Cheung

"Multi Voices One Heart (MVOH) is the name of an annual trans-Pacific Cantonese opera project. Due to the pandemic, its 2020 concert goes virtual (live streamed from Hong Kong on May 23 and 24) to satisfy fans’ hunger for this well-loved heritage art.  Winnie will also speaks to the approach adopted at PCHC-Museum of Migration Society for realizing their dream of a museum of migration."

Winnie Cheung is the Executive Director, The Pacific Canada Heritage Centre (PCHC) – Museum of Migration Society and Co-chair of MVOH 2020. She is a community-builder and writer,  worked as an educator in universities in both Hong Kong (birth home) and Vancouver (adopted home since 1986). She believes in building understanding to bridge differences through conversations and other forms of creative engagements.

Over the last three decades, Winnie has provided leadership to establish/sustain many projects that value diversity in conversations for better understanding and problem-solving. These included the Inter-Community Dialogues, Global Citizenship Project and Global Student Speakers Bureau at the University of British Columbia; the Dialogues Project at the City of Vancouver; and the Elders’ Circle of Reconciliation Canada. A published writer and art lover, she works hard to create public platforms for meaningful dialogues and story-telling to reveal and strengthen the common bonds in our diverse community, especially through the Laurier Institution, the Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society and the PCHC-Museum of Migration Society.