Our Programs

HXMS provides a variety of comprehensive programs and services to assist Canadian Citizens and permanent residents with their interest in Chinese Culture. We are committed to the ongoing growth and change of our clients, and we are able to provide them services in a compassionate, respectful, supportive, and culturally sensitive manner.

Seniors Quality of Life Outreach Project, Wellness and Socioeconomic Disadvantage

The main objectives of the project is to help seniors make new friends and promote mutual help among seniors; assist seniors access to community resources and participate in the communities; help seniors adjust to new environment and integrate into the mainstream society.

HXMS Health Service addresses the community need for health care and wellness. We provide health and wellness workshops and seminars for the members and the public, as well as organize and participate in public health fairs in collaboration with health service providers. We are also developing outreach programs related to Socioeconomic Disadvantage.

Youth Support and Care

After-school Programs - Chinese Language Mandarin classes 

Many of our volunteer groups run cultural and interest classes over the years, including Chinese children and adult classes. We are able to provide our clients with services such as school or educational assistants. All students will be assessed and assigned to appropriate classes. We also offer challenge examination tutorials, and PIN YIN Classes and Adult Conversation class. We staff with experienced and qualified teachers and use the most up-to-date textbooks in accordance to the British Columbia School Board curriculum. We teach simplified Chinese Characters and use Traditional Chinese Characters for reference purposes only.

Learn more Chinese Language programs.

Multiculturalism Development and Culture Expression

"The focus for the post - 2015 agenda must fall on the priority of advancing quality education for all -- widening access, ensuring equality and inclusiveness, and promoting education for global citizenship and sustainable development. Education in the mother language is an essential part of achieving these goals -- to facilitate learning and to bolster skills in reading, writing and mathematics. " - Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director General (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)

Discover the significance of multiculturalism in Canada – ensuring that all citizens keep their identities, take pride in their ancestry and have a sense of belonging.

HXMS culture development program is mainly project and event based and supported by provincial agency and local cities. Such as the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture administers and City of Surrey. The governments policies include:

  • Promoting cross cultural understanding, respect, attitudes and perceptions that lead to harmony among British Columbians of every race, cultural heritage, religion, ethnicity, ancestry and place of origin;
  • Fostering the ability of each British Columbian, regardless of race, cultural heritage, religion, ethnicity, ancestry or place of origin, to share in the economic, social, cultural and political life of British Columbia; and
  • Reaffirming that violence, hatred and discrimination on the basis of race, cultural heritage, religion, ethnicity, ancestry or place of origin have no place in the society of British Columbia.

Learn more our local international events and integrated programs and services.

Events and more information

HXMS would like to share some amazing news with you all regarding Surrey’s Fusion Festival!  This is the second time the Surrey Fusion Festival has been recognized, previously accepting the award in 2013. A BIG Congratulations to all our members and volunteers who were involved in making this the BEST festival at the Gala Awards!

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Here are some of achive events back to 2010.

  • Surrey Senior Housing Tour and Q & A Session February 27, 2013
  • Introducing Lunar Chinese New Year culture and Customs with Fraser Valley Regional Library February 16, 2013
  • The 10th Anniversary of Hua Xia Multiculture Society and the 2013 Lunar New Year Celebration January 26, 2013
  • Seniors Outreach at Senior Center November 21, 2012
  • Surrey International World Music Marathon September 30, 2012
  • Seniors Quality of Life Outreach at Amenida Seniors Community August 14, 2012
  • Surrey Fusion Festival -The Ultimate Celebration of Music, food & Culture July 21-22, 2012
  • Hua Xia Forum II "Culture and Religion" - April 2012
  • Lunar Celebration with MLA and Acting Mayor - February 2012
  • Lunar New Year 2012 with Premier of BC
  • Dialog "Chinese Model" and Democracy
  • Forum "Literature and Politics" - September 2011
  • Guildford Community Fair August 2011
  • Students Group performance at Senior Center July 2011
  • "Potluck" - 2nd Annual Food Compitition - May 2011
  • Spring Ballrom and Group Dancing 2011
  • Chinese New Year 2011
  • Health Workshop October 2010
  • Gourmet Food Competition March 2010
  • Open House 2010

Calligraphy (書法/书法)

Chinese calligraphy is a form of aesthetically pleasing writing (calligraphy), or, the artistic expression of human language in a tangible form. This type of expression has been widely practiced in China and has been generally highly esteemed in the Chinese cultural sphere (including, historically, for example, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam). There are some general standardizations of the various styles of calligraphy in this tradition. Chinese calligraphy and ink and wash painting are closely related: they are accomplished using similar tools and techniques, and have a long history of shared artistry. Distinguishing features of Chinese painting and calligraphy include an emphasis on motion charged with dynamic life.


Chinese calligraphy written by the poet Wang Xizhi (王羲之) of the Jin dynasty