The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
XMHMHAXX MAY 5 (WEDNESDAY)P.I 1) A comment on the setting up of "t- " was made. The overseas Chinesewere advised to observe that day peacefully and law abidingly. Propaganda campaign should beenforced in both China and Canada. The cooperation of all Chinese and Chinese association were significant in making this remembrance worthwhile.P.3 2) CBA (WINNIPEG). It was known that the association was in the hands of certain party which was not favoured by the majority Chinese, as a result, very few people went to meetings held by CBA. However, it was surprised that more than 400 persons turned up in a meeting held to welcome the Cninese ambassadorSpeeches were made by the ambassador and a few others.denounced the former ambassador for his irresponsibility,suggested to choose a person to supervise the ambassador.(a teacher at the Chinese Public School) mentioned that it was reakly a difficult task to be the chief ambassador at Ottawa and that he would not encourage anyone to fill the post. Another person even asserted that Ambassador wassent by the Peking government and this was certainly not the will of the people in the southern part of China. After a period of denunciation and verbal ag- gression, the meeting was finally called off.P.3 3) CBA (VICTORIA). A meeting was held on May 4 to discuss the setting up "t-". The brief for the setting up sent by 6 Chinese association(referx to April 22 notes) was read out. Discussion was made and it was decided that CBA (VICTORIA) should take the primary role in setting up such a remembrance day. Besides making speeches on Jly 1, the following decisions were also made:a. A telegram should be sent to China.b. Articles or circulars should be sent to the newspaper agents in China for publication.c. Articles in English should be sent to English newspaper in various places in Canada for public acknowledgement.d. A special booklet for remembering July 1 should be published.e. All Chinese calendars printed by various Chinese stores or newspaper agents should signify July 1 as a humiliation day for the Chinese.f. All Overseas Chinese should wear a badge on July 1 to show that they would never forget the humiliation.g. A committee should be set up to take charge of the event. 6 leaders were chosen; they wereIn addittion, each association should elect 2 members to join the committee. P.3 4) Kai Ping High School. , etc. had gone to Duncan to raise funds.A few hundred dollars was raised.P.3 5) The Reading Room of CKT (VICTORIA). An office acceptance ceremony was held on May 4. President:Vice
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