The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
March 3Chee Duck Tong Van. - name list of donors for expenses of spring festival.An English minister who had been preaching in Hoinam arrived in Van.; hestressed that the famine in N. China was very extreme and needed to be relieved.He said that China still exported rice and eggs to foreign markets instead ofthe blighted areas due to the difficulties of transportation. Moreover, theexport goods could be exchanged for wheat to be sent back. The suggestion byVan. Sun to transfer wheat back to China was a very good one.A Chinese was robbed and molested by a few whites.Discrimination v.s. E. Asian Sailors: the sailors association of the PacificCoast held a meeting about employment of E. Asian crewmembers. They decided toappeal to the government asking for firing of all E. Asians onboard the linerstravelling from Canada to other places, of ports.Fund raising association for famine relief in N. China: Nanaimo- initiatorswere CKT, Kuomingtang, Leun Yick Co., Chinese Workers Club, Wing On Co., YouthAssoc., and Nanaimo School, Voluntary staff were elected; PresidentVice . 10 methods for raising funds were set up.CKT Armstrong and Vernon - name list of worship fee
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