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Special lecture on Chinese family history

Do you have Chinese heritage? Would you like to find out more about your family history? If so, we can help you get started!

Toronto Branch has just announced a special lecture titled “Search Your Chinese Roots” to be held the afternoon of Saturday 22 March 2014. Find out how Chinese genealogy has been recorded over the centuries and what you need to know if you want to research your Chinese ancestors in China and elsewhere in the world.

This lecture will be conducted in Chinese with English explanations as needed. To find out more about this and other Branch events coming up this year, and how to register, visit our Courses page.

Picture of Toronto's Chinatown

Toronto’s Chinatown – west side of Spadina just north of Dundas (August 2012)

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