The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
May 11P3 1) Ambassador Chau sent a telegram to on May 10 saying that the43 restrictive immigration laws were to be read for the 2nd time by on May 14. What they could do was to work on the members of , however, money was needed for the campaign. It was hoped that money could be sent to the Headquarter ( ) in Toronto.2) Great enthusiasm in selling tickets for the drama performance (which was organized for raising funds for the protest against the restrictive immigration law.)3) An association for protest Against the Restrictive Immigration Law was set up by , Kuomingtng, Youth Association and the Overseas Chinese on May 5 in Kamioops. Executives were elected. President
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