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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
June 5, 1922 (Monday)P.3 (1) Ti Shing Shon Yee Association sent a telegram to the Chinese government to show her moral support for its struggle against the brutality of the Portuguese in Macao, hoping that the government would not give in. (2) Ambassador Chau protested against the restrictive immigration laws, namely only those children under 13 were allowed to come to study in Canada, and only those merchants with $2500 Capital and 3 years of business experience could come to Canada. The head immigration officer agreed to make further consideration about the ambassador's appeal
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