The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
October 25, 1922 (Wednesday)P.3 (1) A Canadian, after seeing that an elevator in the immigration office was operated by a Chinese, felt very discontented and appealed to Ottawa, stating that the unemployed and handicapped returning soldiers could replace the Chinese in operating elevators.(2) About 15 Chinese students aging from 8 to 12 were detained by the immigration officers. Thorough investigation had to be made before letting them in.It was found that all Chinese students coming to Canada had to pay a certain deposit which would be only repaid when they were eligible for secondary school. In addition, before the students were admitted into Canada, they had to present a satisfactory scholastic record issued by their former school(s).(3) The School Administrative Department of Vancouver asked school inspector ~"\ ifl k\, ^ ^ c v cf ( r> ) to 8ive a reP°rt on tne Asian students. --jl \~ \~ \ , 'It was found that at ;, t £ Vv_ school, there were24 Asians out of which 5 came from the other provinces. There was the complaint that those who were from other provinces should not be mixed with students from B.C. Moreover, the Asian students were found to be far older than the white ones and it was inappropriate to mix the 2 groups together.\(4) New executives of -tfxv ^)aA\ G-r7-, ^ ^ ^ ^K v in Victoria
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