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One-Second Clip: Suey Sign and Neon

one-second clip: You can't miss the giant neon rooster, another nod to the past, a meticulous recreation of the old Sai Woo Chop Suey sign in the days when Chinatown was bathed in neon, according to Vancouver Courier. Troy Hibbs and his team at TDH Experiential Fabricators recreated Sai Woo's neon rooster sign based on a one-second clip from a 1958 Chinatown parade video. Walk north and you'll find the mecca of craft breweries that are this century's incarnation of Brewery Creek; around the turn of the previous century, four neighbourhood breweries gave the area its nickname.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver airport now offering free feminine hygiene products Greater Vancouver home prices to drop 21 per cent by 2019 analysis Sorry, there are no public tickets available to see Michelle Obama Five unregulated, Uber-like companies already operating in Richmondrelated Sai Woo's neon bird comes back to roost in Chinatown Vancouver's mom-and-pop stores make a comeback Walk north again and you'll find Sai Woo in Chinatown, a swanky pan-Asian restaurant and cocktail lounge that borrows its name from the restaurant that was there in the 1920s. Photo Dan Toulgoet Love for history and heritage is alive in Vancouver, and increasingly this love is showing up in places where you spend money. But this love, this business of nostalgia, can be a double-edged sword. Think of something you consumed lately that harkened to the past or boasted being artisan or authentic. ( As reported in the news.