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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
June 21st, WednesdayUrn P.3 (1) Ambassador Le*n in Vancouver announced on June 20th that all stores inChinatown should obey the law and close according to the time set up by the city council. If they violated the law, they would be fined $100 or 2 months in prison. (Starting from July 2nd, all grocery stores also had to be closed on Sunday so that they would not take the customers away from the big companies. (June 17th P.3).(2) An extraordinary meeting was held on June 20th by theJr . ^L*headquarter to question why 5f t\ 1£\j and the secretary had mortgaged the /^ -f- *j|L for $500
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