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Best of Richmond 2023: A moment with Angie Lau

You are most likely to see Angie out on Iona Beach, snapping shots from afar of her favourite wildlife
Angie Lau is a regular contributor to the Richmond News' Good Morning, Richmond daily section

The Best of Richmond 2023 special section published in our print edition out this week.

Click here to see all the profiles of outstanding citizens and the businesses with the most votes in their respective categories.

Angie Lau is a piano teacher who was born in Hong Kong and immigrated to Canada in 1990. 

Lau has lived in Richmond for more than 30 years and her love of music inspired her to become a piano teacher. Over the years, she has inspired many students to pursue their musical dreams.

Lau has a passion for photography and enjoys taking pictures of birds, landscape and especially sunrises and sunsets, as evidenced by her many contributions to the Richmond News’ daily online feature, Good Morning, Richmond.

She loves to stay active by taking long walks in nature with friends and enjoys using the fitness amenities in Richmond including the Minoru pool and Richmond Oval. 

Lau loves living in Richmond because it’s a multicultural community with great amenities and easy parking. She enjoys the diversity of cultures and the many opportunities to explore new things.

Q & A

What do you like best about Richmond?

Richmond is a safe and peaceful area with lots of open space.

How do you stay healthy in Richmond?

I go for daily walks at one of Richmond’s many scenic outdoor trails.

What’s your favourite area of nature in Richmond?

West Dyke Trails.

What song best describes Richmond?

What a Wonderful World.

Where in Richmond do you to take out-of-town guests?

Steveston Village.

What is one of Richmond’s hidden gems?

Iona Beach Park.