The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
April 28, MondayP. 3 1. Ambassador Yeung was in Victoria to argue against the law thatprohibited Chinese from employing female whites. He even appealed to theVancouver Mayor and it was decided to bring the case to the city councilmeeting on April 28. Ambassador Yeung asserted that such a restrictive lawwas discriminatory. Jforeover, out of the 3,000 - 4,000 Chinese residents inVancouver, there were only 5 female whites being employed, thus the governmentshould not take the risk of endangering the friendly relationship with theChinese by carrying out the law.Ambassador Yeung predicted that the law whould be abolished in Vancouver.2. The Chinese who was arrested in New Westminister due to employing a female white waitress was fined $20. in addition to the court fee
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