How to find a Chinese-American in Vancouver
The Chinese-Canadian community is on the rise, with a population estimated at around 30,000.
It’s growing at an alarming rate, especially in Vancouver.
The Chinese community has made a mark on Vancouver, and many of its residents have chosen to stay in the city and stay here longer.
The Chinese community in Vancouver is booming, with nearly 10,000 people in Vancouver now living there.
But it’s not just the Chinese community.
There are many Chinese people living in the area.
Some people are retirees who have lived in the region for generations.
And they have become part of the community, as well.
One of them is a Vancouver native, Li Jianyu, who is now a full-time caregiver for a family of three.
Li says she had been looking for a new home in Vancouver since her husband died two years ago.
She wanted to go to China and live with her mother.
But when she found out that there was a vacancy, she jumped at the chance to live with the family.
“I had my family and I had my children, so I wanted to move to China,” Li said.
She said the opportunity to be with her family, with her children, and with her husband was an amazing experience.
“It was really special to me to see the people, to know my family,” Li told CBC News.
But Li said there was one problem.
She had to wait for her husband’s visa to be processed, which she had to do by Feb. 13.
Li said the process took four to six weeks.
“If it takes four or six weeks, we don’t have much time, because it’s so busy that we can’t stay here, so we have to stay here,” Li explained.
Li hopes to find another job, and says she wants to be able to help others.
She hopes to work in the nursing field, as a registered nurse, and possibly even teach nursing in the future.
Li’s husband, who died in May, had a heart condition, which was causing him pain.
Li said her husband, an emergency room physician, struggled to take care of his patients.
Li, who says she still struggles to pay for medical bills, says she’s always felt at a loss for how to move on.
She says she hopes that people who may be interested in living in Vancouver will consider going to the Chinese-Chinese community.
“We’re trying to give something back to the community,” she said.