The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
April 25P3 1) Ambassador Chau wrote to CBA to thank the Chinese associations proposalfor hiring a lawyer to protest against the immigration law in the parliament meeting. However, it was a pity that other than the head Chinase Ambassador, all Chinese associations had no right to speak in the parliament meetings. Ambassador Chau thus hoped that people could give him their opinions and suggestions which he could bring out in the meeting.2) An announcement that had the Chinese version of the newChinese immigration law. Any association or people who were interested could get one without charge.Pll 3) More details on the new immigration law
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