Brandon Dai Kien Chau

8 July , 199929 October , 2018
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Brandon Dai Kien Chau, age 19, of Vancouver, British Columbia passed away on Monday October 29, 2018. Brandon was born July 8, 1999 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

A visitation for Brandon will be held Wednesday, November 7, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM at Glenhaven Memorial Chapel, 1835 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. Funeral service will be Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Burial service will follow 1PM at Valley View Cemetery, 14644 72A Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia.


  • Visitation Wednesday, 7 November , 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, 8 November , 2018
  • Committal Service Thursday, 8 November , 2018

Brandon Dai Kien Chau

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Kimochi Bui

15 November 2018

It is still shocking to me to know that my bestfriend isn't here anymore. You were always a person that was quiet until one day you wanted to be more talkative. You stopped lurking on my streams to reassure me that I'm not alone, that you care, and to comfort me on my dark times. When I moved to Vancouver, you always offered your hand to help me, from little things like getting coffee to random drives and the occasional Miku treat since you know I always teared up when I eat there. You always asked me if I needed help, needed food, needed to talk and the only thing you ever asked in return was to use my address for your amazon items since you were a big impulsive shopper.

I miss you everyday without a doubt. It always feels like there is something missing whenever I play games, see sushi, naked cats (since you always sent me those daily...), or when I want to share something with you and I can't anymore. You saved my life, you gave me hope, and we shared many experiences with each other. I'll never be able to pay you back for all the gratitude you showed me, so everyday I strive to be a better person and spread happiness the way you tried everyday. Many people love you. I love you and miss you.

Steven Tran

11 November 2018

Knowing Brandon only from elementary school from MacCorkindale, I remember Brandon being always cheerful when it comes with playing around his friends and just being an amazing friend towards me. One of the moments I had with Brandon and our friends was when we were invited to his house to play video games, spending time with each other and enjoying each other's company. Although it is unfortunate that I had to transfer schools due to personal matters, one thing I regret is not keeping in touch my MacCorkindale friends, including Brandon. It deeply saddens me to hear and see that a friend of mine has passed away. I will always cherish the little moments we had together and will always remember him. I apologize to the Chau family for experiencing such matter. This is something a family or anyone in general should experience. The grief, the sorrow, the pain of losing someone of such importance, it is something one should not bare. If there is anything I can do please reach out to me. I will always keep Brandon in my prayers, and to the Chau family as well. Rest easy Brandon, I love you brother.

Johnny Chen

9 November 2018

Brandon and I shared many loving memories together, from playing video games together, drinking together and even going to japan in the summer of 2017 together. Brandon was amongst a group of tight close friends that included me, him and 7 others; he was an angel in a group of friends acting like children. A favourite memory I had with Brandon was when we went to Japan together, we ate so much new food and experienced a whole new country together, my only regret is that I never captured any photos with him in it because when hes with us he never liked to be on camera. I'm still deeply saddened about the news and my thoughts and prayers will always be with Brandons family.