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I was pleased to be part of this film, which had its premiere Sep. 29th, 2014. Filmed over four years ago, I like to share with you that my sound bites in the film was a personal philosophy and it portrayed to some to wonder where I am today.
I am continuing the long-standing business and heritage with success, optimism, and channeling my passion and energy to make it more vibrant in Vancouver’s Chinatown.
The changes have brought opportunities for some old businesses to retire in glory. Others continue to embrace the new challenges and step up to be better.
I personally wish to thank our truly loyal customers for their support. I invite you to visit us and help continue our heritage as the first authentic Chinese tea shop in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown.
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Treasure Green Tea Company is excited and proud to support Director Julia Kwan in her latest file release "Everything Will Be" which was featured in the 2014 Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). Olivia from Treasure Green is profiled in this film.
Director Julia Kwan documents the pivotal changes affecting the culture and economy of Vancouver's Chinatown, one of the oldest in North America. With humour and sympathy, Kwan introduces us to residents who see their way of living eroding and to others who welcome the transition, including contentious real estate consultant Bob Rennie.