A Tale for COVID Time I have always believed that culture can transform, art can heal and history holds a mirror to ourselves […]Read More »
Since becoming the Curator of History at the Royal BC Museum in 2011, Tzu-I’s research has focused on BC’s diverse cultures and communities and their transnational connections. Her work is enriched by her experience in community outreach and her own cross-cultural and multi-lingual background. Presently she is working with community partners on the Centre of Arrivals project, part of the museum’s long-term commitment to exploring and representing diverse immigrant stories in BC. This work will provide a framework for developing new collections, exhibits, public programs and education resources.
EducationPh.D., Cultural Studies, University of Arizona.
Areas of InterestTransnational migration
Cultures of globalization
Diversity studies and cross-cultural communication
Specialty: Intercultural History of BC
Contact Dr. Tzu-I ChungEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Punjabi Canadian Legacy Project: Possibilities and Limitations of Institutional Heritagisation from below.
ABSTRACT This article examines the Punjabi Canadian Legacy Project (PCLP), a partnership project between the Royal British Columbia Museum and the South Asian […]Read More »
Punjabi Canadian Legacy Project Community Event Museums across the world are going through paradigm shifts – a shift that calls for a transition […]Read More »
Stories of the past inform and shape our understanding of the present. But what happened to the stories less shared, either in public […]Read More »