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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
April 8 P.3 1) Ambassador Wong announced on April 6 that there was a proposal in B.C. Legislature to have all workers in mining companies, explosive factories, sawmills, fisheries etc. examined for English standards. It would mean a great danger to the majority of Chinese workers who could not understand English. Fortunately, the proposal was over-ruled in its 2nd reading. However, it would be brought to discussion again in 6 months. Ambassadoe Wong thus hoped that the Chinese community could do something within the six months period to fight for their rights. Ambassador Wong further gave the example that the Chinese miners in Cumberland had faced the same situtation and solved it, by studying English, 2)
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