THE DJ TRIKE has entered the walls of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the heart of Vancouver’s chinatown. So fortunate for the unique opportunity to play music in such a beautiful space. Thank you to Vancouver Design Bureau for making this happen!
THE DJ TRIKE will be playing music from 5-7pm today at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen’s Classical Chinese Gardens for the opening reception of ”Made in China(town)”, a design exhibition brought to you by the Vancouver Design Bureau.
“Made in China(town)” brings together local designers responding to the urban renewal of historic Chinatown in Vancouver, British Columbia. Many of the participating designers in the exhibit have practices situated in Chinatown, implicating them as stakeholders in the changing face of this neighbourhood. The project aims to display, discuss and develop the varying perspectives of cultural modernization and preservation in the area.
Date: June 2 - 29, 2013
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 8 | 5pm-7pm
**Complimentary Admission to the Opening Reception**
Diane Espiritu & Caylee Raber
Jeffrey Liu & Joe Kenworthy & Andrew Siu
Thank you to the talented vocalist and photographer NaRai Dawn of Star Captains for being behind the scenes on camera for this interview, and to Pandaboy Bruin for contributing his mad illustration skills to create this super dope cover art.
Sam Zipursky aka DJ Zeida, co-founder and host of Beats for Change interviewing Jonathan Igharas, the artist, designer and DJ behind THE DJ TRIKE project in Chinatown, Vancouver.
Photos by NaRai Dawn of Star Captains.
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