Vancouver

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Vancouver [ban khu berh] (IPA [vænˈkuːvɚ]) tī Canada British Columbia lāi-bīn ê sai-lâm, Canada se-pōo té hai/tuā ê siâⁿ-tshī kah hái-káng. Lîn-kháu 58-bān guā (2005-nî), nā hâm kau-khu (GVRD) suah sǹg, lîn kháu 221-bān kha-tau (2005-nî), Canada tsuân-kok tē-3 miâ. Kah Vancouver-tshī saⁿ-uá-- ê ū 3-gê siâⁿ-tshī: Burnaby, Richmond, West Vancouver.

Vancouver-káng (Port of Vancouver) sī sè-kài ê miâ-siaⁿ káng-kháu, Vancouver sī Pak-bí ê Los Angeles kah New York í-guā, tē-3 hai/tuā ê tiān-iáⁿ tshut-sán tiong-sim, hōng hō-tsuè Pak-Hollywood. Tī 2010-nî tsú-sīr tē-11 kài kuâⁿ--lâng ê Olympics (XXI Olympic Winter Games). Vancouver tī Canada sī sing-ua̍h sîng-pún tē-2 kuì ê sóo-tsāi. Tsuân sè-kài té hó khiā-khí ê 5-gê siâⁿ-tshī, Vancouver ta̍k-nî lóng hūn ū hūn.

Vancouver lua̍h-thiⁿ bô luā lua̍h, ūn-tōo 20 kàu 25 tiong-hng, kuâⁿ-thiⁿ bô luā kuâⁿ, 10 guā tōo, 1-nî lo̍h tsi̍t nn̄g páiⁿ serh. Tiāⁿ-tiāⁿ kui-li̍t hōo lo̍h buē lī.

Tsiâⁿ-tsuē Tâi-guân lâng î-bîn lâi Canada, lóng khiā tī Vancouver khah tsuē.