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The Chinese Cultural Centre of
CHINESE CULTURAL CENTRE OF GREATER TORONTO (CCC) is a non-profit,
non-political organization with an objective to build a Chinese
cultural centre for residents of the Greater Toronto area. With its
grand opening on May 2, 1998, the centre is part of a multi-purpose
community complex located at the south east corner of Sheppard Avenue
East and Progress Avenue in Scarborough.
CCC consists of two
phases: Phase I is the CCC building with an art gallery, computerised
resource centre, reading room, boardroom, studios, and classrooms. The
second phase includes a 600-seat state-of-the-art theatre and a
8500-square-foot multi-purpose hall for sports and recreational
activities, conventions, trade shows, and banquets. The Centre is the
largest Chinese cultural centre in North America. Next to it is the
Burrows Hall Public Library.
The Chinese Cultural Centre
act as a bridge between the Chinese Canadian community and other
communities, so that there is a place to promote the understanding of
both the Chinese Culture and traditions, and other cultures and
traditions. Through referrals and exchanges, the Centre will help
facilitate exciting trading opportunities and strengthen the ties
between the Canadian and the Far East markets.
The Jean Lumb Foundation
Jean Lumb Foundation is a Canadian, not-for-profit organization that
was incorporated in 2006 and established as a charitable foundation in
2008. Its purpose is to advance education by providing scholarships to
high school students of Chinese heritage.
The Jean Lumb
Foundation has a history dating fifteen years. In 1996, a group of
community representatives gathered to organize the Mid-Autumn Gala in
Toronto to raise funds to establish scholarships that would be named in
honour of Jean Lumb. The first Jean Lumb Awards were presented in 1998
at the first annual Jean Lumb Awards Dinner. Since that year, the Jean
Lumb Awards have been presented to 52 outstanding students who have
achieved excellence in five areas: Academics, The Arts, Athletics,
Community Services, Innovation.
is a charitable theatre company dedicated to the development of
professional Asian Canadian theatre artists through the production of
new and established works.
- To produce
works of Asian North American playwrights, and foster new works by
explore and address issues of Asian North American’s societal roles,
responsibilities and identity in the past, present and future through
our artistic endeavors.
build a stronger, truly multicultural Canadian community by breaking
down stereotypes through education and development of a strong cultural
- We serve
the Asian Canadian theatre artist.
- We are
dedicated to exploring the underlying Asian Canadian story.
- We believe
in diversity of practice: using non-traditional space, time,
methodology & philosophy.
- We are
evolving with our artists.