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Meet Dr. Lili

Meet Dr. Lili Liang, the heart and vision of our boutique practice. With degrees in both Optometry and Public Health from Salus University, she’s not just your typical optometrist. Dr. Lili believes every person, including you, has a unique story that shapes their vision — literally and metaphorically. 

Her approach is simple yet profound — it’s all about knowing the person behind the eyes. Whether it’s understanding the dreams of a screenplay writer in Vancouver or empathizing with a grandmother who travels for hours to seek vision care with her on a mountainside in Peru, these stories drive her to provide personalized and effective eye care. This deep, personal engagement with each patient is what makes her a cherished figure in Gastown and Mount Pleasant.

When she’s not fine-tuning your vision and providing top-tier eye care, you’ll find Dr. Lili micro-dancing to her favorite Samba Jazz vinyl collection or passionately debating music legends. Ask her about the greatest female artist, and she’ll tell you it’s Shakira — without missing a beat.

Dr Lili Liang, Optometrist in Vancouver
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Services We Offer

At Dr. Lili’s, we are equipped to offer a broad range of services to accommodate all of your eye health needs. Remember, no referrals are needed to see your optometrist, and the soothing sounds of jazz will accompany your visit at our Mount Pleasant location.

Latest News & Announcements

“Vancouver-Based Durant Sessions Opens Second Location in Canada”

“Vancouver-Based Durant Sessions Opens Second Location in Canada”

I still cannot believe it. Three years after graduation, I opened up my second office along with Durant Sessions. It may be cliche to say that I am humbled and overwhelmed by the love from the community of Vancouver and the industry but I truly am. We celebrated our grand opening on June 6th 2019 […]

Floral Print

Floral Print

I have been treating a patient for his recurrent uveitis for a few weeks now. It is due to a genetic autoimmune predisposition which causes recurrent inflammation in his eyes. This is just another usual round of his flare ups which requires weekly follow ups. In his case, it usually lasts between 4-6 weeks. After […]