In the Chinatown of Calgary, there are many new and old immigrants in China. Although it is Canada, Mandarin is basically universal. You can't speak English here. You must not worry about language communication and you can't eat anything you want to cry. There are many panda flags near Chinatown... Looks like it's active!
Chinese Comprehensive Cultural Center in Calgary, Canada. The predecessor was the Calgary Cultural Society founded in 1973. Construction began in April 1985. After years of fund-raising and careful construction, it was completed and opened in the 1990s. The aim is to promote Chinese culture and promote cultural exchanges between China and Canada, and to provide a well-equipped, multi-functional cultural, educational, recreational and recreational venue for Chinese communities and Kacheng citizens. Located in downtown Chinatown.
Calgary's Chinese Cultural Center has a lot of Chinese architectural culture, such as the dragon on the dome, which is still very good.
There are many Chinese living in Calgary, where Chinese culture is inherited.
This is an impressive landmark building, with a magnificent dome 21 meters high and carefully painted 561 dragons and other portraits. Built in 1993 by a group of skilled craftsmen in China, the design was inspired by the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The second and third floors often hold various art and cultural exhibitions. Downstairs is a museum that exhibits Chinese paintings and objects, including replicated terracotta warriors and horses.
Many people gather, there is an atmosphere, a happy day! ____________