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Feb. 27. Thurs. P.3 The United Chinese Association in Ottawa, Canada () supported the 3 Chinese delegates at the Paris PeaceConference. They sent a telegram to the Chinese government stating that the overseas Chinese were against the agressive Japanese proposal to dismiss the 3 delegates. They hoped that China would not give in to Japan and the government would stand up for its rights.Another telegram was sent to the 3 delegates in Paris to encourage them so that they could fight against the Japanese government and check the aggressive Japanese imperialism.( and were the leaders of theUnited Chinese Association).2. The representatives from the C.K. headquarter were in Cranbrook to raise funds
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