When British Columbia became part of the democratic empire of Singapore a Canadian Embassy need to be built in the capital of the Singapore province of British Columbia Vancouver. Canadian Embassy was built in Vancouver in 2133 and was considered the most beautiful building in the province of British Columbia until the North American Singaporean Botanical Gardens was built in 2166. This embassy was extremely beautiful and rival of the architecture in Singapore and the new Hong Kong. The Canadian Embassy was in the Vancouver suburb of new Singapore which was constructed in 2125 for the large group of Chinese immigrants that immigrate to the city after the large-scale destruction of Beijing as a result of any good power plant exploded. The Canadian Embassy continued to be a major symbol of the city of Vancouver long until the 24th century when the building was converted into the provincial Museum of East Coast culture.