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Our Story

FULING is proud to be located in the heart of Vancouver historical Chinatown, where we are able to connect with a diverse group of customers and share our passion in showcasing Chinese and contemporary products that are grounded in stories worth celebrating. We are inspired to offer products that bring a sense of joy, warmth, and excitement to the everyday moment. Our focus is to provide a specially curated selection of functional, unique, and quality goods. At our store, you will find a large selection of home goods, kitchen supplies, decor, pottery, paper lanterns, incense, and gifts. Whether you are looking for a special gift or something to enhance your home, we are confident that you will find something that speaks to your style and taste. Thank you for choosing to shop with us and we look forward to welcoming you to our store in Vancouver Chinatown!

We believe in

offering products that bring joy to the everyday moment

and are meant

to be enjoyed

over a life time.

A Journey to the Past

Our site is included in the Vancouver Heritage Register as a recognized part of the historic Chinatown neighbourhood. The building was constructed back in 1903 by Chu Lai of Victoria. He helped launch the Sam Kee and Company, an important Vancouver trading company, that occupied space in this building. Designed by W.T. Whiteway, a prominent Vancouver architect, the building is an excellent example of the city’s commercial architecture of that era. It features a pair of bay windows (popular at the time) and fine brick and sheet-metal detailing, including the corbels in the recessed panels over the windows and the delicate cornice at the top. The ground floor was used as commercial space and upstairs was residential space. A restaurant called ‘Green Door’ was established in the 1930s, serving general public and gamblers. Tucked away from bustling downtown, the restaurant appealed to many Vancouver’s poets, academics, and revolutionaries during 1960-70s.


Heritage Building

111 E Pender St, Vancouver BC




East Pender Street Changing Over

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