|Genres||Biography Documentary Family History|
|Plot||This is a biography of my 92-year old grandma (Poh Poh in chinese), one of the first Canadian-born Chinese in Vancouver. She narrates her story of her father who first immigrated to San Francisco during the gold rush in the 1800's, than settled in Vancouver to build a better life for his family. The biography illustrates her family of twenty-two children and two concubine wives living in Vancouver in the early 1900's. Also featured are interviews from her six children and her 92-year old stepsister. This story will appeal to an audience interested to see how Vancouver has changed over 100 years, told from a personal point of view. It will educate, inspire and perhaps make you appreciate what you have in your life today.... search for Film Submission: 9th Annual Vancouver International Women in Film Festival on IMDb|
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