No matter how modern Calgary may be, the city has not forgotten its cultural roots. The history of immigration is evidenced in the many multicultural neighbourhoods, one of them being Chinatown. Here, you can gain insight into the two countries’ shared history. Calgary’s Chinatown is among the most expansive neighbourhoods in all of Canada. In addition to its many restaurants, small shops, and the Dragon City Mall, you will also find Chinese-style architectural landmarks. Among them is Calgary’s Chinese Cultural Centre that was modelled after the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. It is sure to impress with its colourful ceiling paintings.