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Chinese Characters: Front Page and Community Events

chinese characters: The focus will be on community events, civic news, education, dining, entertainment, and arts and culture, according to Vancouver Courier. Every Thursday, 2,500 copies will be delivered to racks at convenient locations throughout the community including the West Vancouver Memorial Library, Gleneagles Community Centre, Caulfeild Village Shopping Centre Safeway, North Shore Multicultural Society and Loblaws City Market at Park Royal North. Starting today July 5 you will see our familiar front page on the racks with our stories reproduced in simplified Chinese characters.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver High on Life vloggers die in Shannon Falls tragedy'We ran for our lives' West 4th Avenue residents devastated by fire New social housing complex named after employee who died in hit-and-run Vancouver acting community rallies behind couple who lost everything in Kitsilano fire Once a week, our editor will curate a list of stories that have already run in the North Shore News and send them to Rise Media's professional translators to be written and for layout. According to the last census, nearly 5,000 West Vancouver residents speak Mandarin as their mother tongue 12.2 per cent of the population. Over the past decades we have seen a significant growth in immigration from mainland China. In North Vancouver, there are close to 3,000 Mandarin-speaking residents. ( As reported in the news.