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An announcement from the Chinese Consulate saying that Canadian government starting foreign exchange control because of the War, therefore the Control Board suggested that if Chinese wanted to send money back to China they should do so through the Chinese Consulate; and the Chinese Consulate will be responsible for buying the foreign exchange that is necessary. individual Chinese committing something which is not honorable such as a crime, they usually do not give the person's Chinese name, but translate his name from English pronunciation to avoid embarrassment abviously. - Aji). was fined $100 for operating gambling place. 5 others were fined $5 each for gambling. A policeman was injured by a Chinese when the police tryied to arrest him. in Chinese Times, the news concerns
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