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April 29P.3 1) News from London Ontario - since there was a law to have all curtains and small rooms in Chinese restaurants removed, Ambassador Yeung went to London Ontario to talk about this with City Council. They came to an agreement to have just curtains removed and small rooms retained for 6 months. If during that period there was no drinking or illegal behaviour in such rooms, they could stay. After the Ambassador finished his case in London, he went to tosettle the case about molestation of Chinese pedestrians
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