Cedar and Bamboo
|Director||Kamala Todd and Diana Leung|
|Producer||Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia|
|Language||Cantonese and English|
|Description|| Cedar and Bamboo
Cedar and Bamboo Release date:2010 Running time:22 minutes Formats:Available on DVDAvailable on VHS Closed Captioned:No Availability in North America:Available in CanadaAvailable in the US Outside North America? Click here for availability information.
Audience level:Elementary SchoolMiddle SchoolHigh SchoolAdultGeneral Directed by:Diana E. LeungKamala Todd Produced by: Chinese Canadian Historical Society of BCJennifer LauKarin Lee
Chinese people arrived on the Western shores of Canada many generations ago. Since then, they have formed unique relations and shared many experiences with this land's indigenous people. Cedar and Bamboo explores those relationships through the lives of four people of Chinese and Aboriginal roots. Set in the stunning land of British Columbia and the bustling multicultural city of Vancouver, their stories reveal the difficult circumstances of aboriginal people and early Chinese immigrants that both led to these unions but also challenged these families to stay as a whole.