The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
N0v.2 - Chinese Roses Society of the Catholics presented a play to raise funds for relieving refugees. List of contributors to CBA's "bonds of the deceased sending" fund. The Youth Ass. had the 2nd general meeting and decided to proceed the following: 1. publicise the brutality of the Japanese invaders. 2. Conduct big fund raising sales. Nov. 2 - Contributors to the Chinese Farmers Ass. for protesting the agricultural products regulation. An announcement from the Chan Wing Tseun Tong (/^jj* Sl^flrK > states that there are still some shameless Chinese maintaining their economic relationships with the Japanese. If it so happens that members of the Chans () get beaten because of those transactions, this association will not support them in any way. An announcement by Tang Lun - yin ( J^B ) states the following: I was elected as head of fund raising teams of the Resisting Ass. in Victoria. In persuading people to donate as much as possible, I might have offended certain people. Now there are rumors saying I still maintain business relations with the Japanese. The Resisting Association has looked into the accusations and decides the accusations are sheer heresy. Many friends and relatives have been very concerned about this, now the matter is cleared up. October 26, 1937
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