The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
June 2Pi 1) An overseas Chinese published an article of protest against the restrictiveimmigration law on the Vancouver.Sun. He pointed out that the Chinese govern- ment would certainly boycott any country who tried to opress the fellow Chinese.P2 2) Another overseas Chinese wrote an article saying that Ambassador Chau hadbeen recognized by the Canadian government as a representative of China dis- regardless of whether he represented the north or south. He further denounced those who tried to make trouble by bringing up the conflict between the north and south Chinese governments, when Ambassador Chau was trying to protest against the restrictive immigration law.P3 3) A Chinese woman (Lim) was rejected entry upon arriving in Canada. Herhusband hired a lawyer to defend her. The immigration officer insisted that she was not qualified to coae to Canada and he was supported by the judge . The judge discussed the case with 3 colleagues,of whom 2 agreed to let the woman stay. The case was to be judged on June 6.4) defended himself against by saying that it was true that he requested to draw out $1000 official money to support the protest against the restrictive immigration law, but he did not expect would do this without obtaining the consent of the executive. It was thus rational for him to question about such unofficial way of drawing out money from the association. As for the unbalanced account, pointed out that when the new executives assumed office on April 1, all documents and financial accounts were approved by both the old and the new executives and that might have some misunderstanding with the financial account.5) Names of the executives of Library in6) Names of donors to Chee Kung Tong in Medicine Hat in April
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