In Toronto, it's Dundas Street.
In San Francisco, it's Grant Avenue.
And the main street in Vancouver's Chinatown is Pender Street.
In Chinese, that street is called Pender Guy.
And this is the program that captures the spirit of that street.
We are Pender Guy.
Pender Guy 1.1 looks at ingredients for Pender Guy - in the past and in the future.
Listeners heard Pender Guy radio excerpts and shows at the Chinatown Modern art exhibition (CENTRE A).
Barry Wong spoke about Pender Guy at the July 24, 2002 Chinatown Modern speaker session/workshop. Some of the concepts that he discussed appear in Pender Guy 1.1.
Sheryl MacKay of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Radio One show, North by Northwest, spoke with Ramona Mar and Barry Wong about Pender Guy. Hear that conversation - with Pender Guy excerpts. To hear the interview, you might need to download RealPlayer or RealOne Player software.
Pender Guy was an English-language Chinese-Canadian/Asian-Canadian radio program.
Pender Guy was on the air from May, 1976 to December, 1981.
Street History is a Pender Guy script that provides one view of Pender Guy's evolution.
Pender Guy was broadcast on Vancouver Co-operative Radio, CFRO-FM.
You may enjoy listening to an interview with edited excerpts from Pender Guy now. Helpful contributions by the Chinese Community Library Services Association over the years to community archiving are gratefully acknowledged.
Have you enjoyed listening to Pender Guy radio? Would you like to hear more? E-mail your thoughts about Pender Guy to Barry Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a Pender Guy volunteer, stay in touch. E-mail to Barry Wong at email@example.com.
This page was updated on January 26, 2005.
Copyright © 1998-2005 by Barry G. Wong. All rights reserved.