The work on the Chinese Cemetery was a dream of the Rotary and Lion's Club for many years in Ashcroft. One day Patricia Denis was visiting Marina, who was teaching her mosaics. Patricia came up with a wonderful place for Marina's Dragon to live: the abandoned Chinese Cemetery of Ashcroft. That was where it all began. Patricia helped finish the Dragon, which was not complete at the time. Andrea Walker made it her mission to find the words to go on the Dragon and so she contacted the Kamloops Chinese Society and found the words we then placed below the Dragon: Live Forever (in Mandarin Characters). Daniel got busy finding designs for Josh Temples and also researched altars for Chinese Cemetery Temples. He then set about designing both the temple as well as the Altar. He did it through formwork, creativity, and concrete for the altar, which has become a piece of art in its own right. The temple is a thing of beauty as well. Daniel also designed the kiosk for the Dragon and the Koi bench and the finials for the top kiosk. Thanks you to Pache Denis, Bruce Walker and many other community hands that helped construct the structures in the Chinese Cemetery. Thanks to New Pathways to Gold for funding the material costs. All work done on the project was volunteered joyously to create inroads towards reconciliation and peace.