The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
September 15, 1922 (Friday)p.3 (1) In response to the prevalence of discrimination against the Chinese students, Ambassador Chau appealed to ^\" -T/j" ' ^~ v:;-- '~- r:j >Tthat there should be no distinction ineducation. 7^ i -^ agreed with him and intendedto request the School Administration in Victoria to reconsider.P.3 (2) The School Administration Department of Victoria urged the Chinese parents to send their children back to school. It pointed out that separating the Chinese students from the white ones did not imply discrimination against the Chinese. The purpose of this was to ensure better learning for both groups. Moreover, the law applied to all foreigners who could not master the English language, and not to the Chinese only. The Chinese parents were advised to urge their kids to go back to school. Otherwise, the School Administration Department would just disregard them.It was reported that in the meeting held by the School Administration Department on September 13, that the representatives refused to open a few letters. One was sent by Chinese Reverend h;^ /vjfL !^i -T ^one was fromir- 'T J i'" j and the other onewas sent by a Chinese who argued that his son was Canadian born, so he should not be discriminated against
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