More than 600 guests joined the Chinese New Year celebration on Feb 10 at the Regina Delta Hotel.  Dignitaries from the three levels of government and Consul General Lu Xu, Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China brought greetings to welcome the year of the Dog. Thanks to local businesses, corporations and community organizations for their support for this event. Our guests enjoyed the gourmet buffet dinner served in western and Chinese cuisine.  Entertainment to kick off with the Lion Dance and followed by traditional folk dances, Taichi Fan dance and musical instrument. The proceeds from the 50/50 cash draw of $1,100 was donated to the Diabetes Canada. Social dance to wrap up the evening and everyone enjoyed this fun-filled celebration.

More 2018 Chinese New Year Photos




二 零 一 七 年 聖 誕 節 晚 會 照 片




RCCA Mid-Autumn Celebration Photos (by Joann)

           中      照   片 (谢雅娟提供)





More Photo by Joann




  Stewardship report 2017 Chinese Health Fair. RCCA

 Pictures From the Chinese Diabetes Health Fair




Diabetes is a growing epidemic in Canada - that means every 3 minutes someone is being diagnosed with diabetes in our country. The Chinese population is especially vulnerable. Due to the large role ethnicity and genetics play in the onset of this disease, Chinese people are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. As of today, 11 million Canadians, or one-third of the population of Canada has diabetes or prediabetes. This number is still growing exponentially, and this trajectory need to be stopped. That is why we are having the Chinese Diabetes Health Fair at the Glencairn Community Centre on Sunday August 20, 2017 from 3pm-5pm – and participation is free!

Diabetes Canada, partnering with the Regina Chinese Canadian Association (RCCA), would like to invite you to a Diabetes Health Fair developed especially for the Chinese community of Regina. On Sunday August 20th, we will be hosting a wonderful afternoon with a diabetes presentation from Rubicon Pharmacist Leah Lucyk, a cooking demonstration with SaskCanola including taste-testing and live instruction, a fitness workshop on how to easily include some resistance exercise into your life, and a trade show area. Trade show booths include diabetes risk assessments, SaskCanola, Rubicon Health Solutions and more. People will be able to meet with Pharmacists and ask questions about their health in personal counseling sessions. We will also have a children’s program running simultaneously throughout the Health Fair with leaders who are ready to have some fun with your kids!
Registration and refreshment break begin at 3:00 pm with the program to follow, so please bring your kids along to enjoy a free, fun, educational, and delicious afternoon with us!


For more info, please contact:


Guili Liu:    guili.liu@gmail.com

Nancy Cai: nancymangos07@gmail.com



Yee Clun and the "White Women's Labour Law


Pictures from The Yee Clun Celebration by Victor Lam


CBC news Saskatchewan reports on "The Lost Story of Yee Clun"


Lost Story of Yee Clun



More website and video about the "Lost Story":















On June 1, 2, &3, 2017, there were 20 pavilions celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Regina Multicultural Council's Mosaic, A festival of Cultures.


Through the RCCA, the Regina Chinese community was also celebrating our 31st annual participation in this popular cultural festival, Mosaic 2017.


The Chinese Pavilion was a great success!  There were about 10,000 visits over the three days.  Visitors enjoyed the fantastic performances and cultural displays. The entertainment program included Chinese folk dances, folk songs, Peking Opera, Chinese musical instruments, Tai Chi demonstration, Lion Dance and martial arts etc.  Food was a key attraction in the Pavilion.  The menu included General-Tao Chicken Combo, Ginger Beef Combo, Stir Fried Vegetarian Combo, Sweet & Sour Pork Combo, Spring Rolls, Sesame Ball, Tsingdao beer, Shanghai Sling, etc.


We would like to express our sincere thanks to all volunteers.  Without your time, efforts and energy, the Chinese Pavilion would have not been possible. 


We would also like to express our most sincere appreciation to the following business and cultural groups for their assistance, cooperation, and support: I love Sushi Restaurant, EDO, Ming Ji BBQ, Chinese Dance School of Saskatchewan, RCCA Red Leaves Performing Arts Group, RCCA Tai Chi Group, RCCA Wellness Group, Chung Wah Kung Fu Centre, OWL at the University of Regina, and the Confucius Institute at the University of Regina!


Thank you again for your participation, help, support, and contribution!


Guili Liu

Chinese Pavilion Manager

President, RCCA



More Mosaic 2017 pictures         More Mosaic 2017 Pictures (Part 1)      More Mosaic 2017 Pictures (Part 2)      More Mosaic 2017 Pictures ( Part3)



SaskPower’s Employee Volunteer Program:

SaskPower employee Xiaoli (Shelly) Zhao volunteered over 60 hours to the Regina Chinese Canadian Association and received $500.00 from SaskPower to present to this organization.  SaskPower’s Employee Volunteer Program rewards employees volunteering in their communities by providing funds to the non-profit organizations they serve.



Congratulations to the newly-elected members of the 2017-19 Board of Directors! We are all confident the new board will have a great deal to offer in directing the future growth of our association. We would also like to welcome a few new board members, along with the returning members will assume the important roles for the next two years.

 RCCA would also like to thank Susana Nie, who has been a key contributor to the organization as our treasurer for the last two terms.

The 2017-2019 Board of Directors:

President:  Guili Liu

Vice President:   Joe Wu

Treasurer: Lavinia Tam

Secretary: Shelly Zhao

Communications: Lisa Fan

Project Manager: Shan Chen

Membership: Joann Xie         

Public Relations: Raymond Chan

Event Coordinator: Charlene Liu     

Event Coordinator and Youth Relations: Irene He    

Wellness Activities: Meggie Su     

Canada Day Celebration 2016

The Chinese Booth at the Regina Canada Day Culture Village 2016 was a great success!  

We displayed Chinese Culture in many different ways including souvenirs, name translation,

live drawing and calligraphy, displaying books and other decorations,

also live Hulusi (葫芦丝) performance and Chinese Costumes by the participants.

A big thank you to all the volunteers!



 Photos by Guili


Photos from Previous Chinese Pavilion at Mosaic


2016 Mosaic Photos


2015 Mosaic Photos

More 2015  Mosaic Photos, Part Two

More 2015 Mosaic Photos, Part Three

2014 Mosaic Photos



Photos from Previous Chinese New Year Celebrations:

Chinese New Year 2017

Chinese New Year 2016

Chinese New Year 2014

Chinese New Year 2013

More 2013 New Year photos by Confucius Institute at he University of Regina

Chinese New Year 2012

Mosaic 2010

The following programs of the 2013 New Year celebration can be watched on YouTube:

Slide Show 2013

Lion Dance 2013

Martial Arts Demo 2013

U of R Chinese Students 2013

Folk Dance part 1 (2013)

Folk Dance part 2 (2013)