The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
April 7th, Saturday P. 31. The C.B.A. in Vancouver announced on the 7th that the Chinese School for native born Chinese or illiterate Overseas Chinese would be officially opened on May 7 . The school would provide courses in Chinese literature , English, Math, history and geography. There were junior and senior classes, , three teachers ( I !JK_ i^"\ A^. w^° was a graduate inJapan and an ex- teacher in Canton, "Gp -£ ^twho wasa graduate from U.B.C. teaching college, and finally TQ, \ % TOwho graduated from Canton) were hired to be teachers in the new school. 2. A report by Ambassador Yeung on the restrictive law in Manitoba:Early in 1913, there was the law prohibiting Chinese from employing female whites. However, the enforcement of the law was retained until 1917 when this law was re-considered. Ambassador Yeung immediately argued with the authority hoping to cancel the law. He reported that in 1913 the police accused the Chinese restauranters of forcing their female white employees to prostitute, and now in 1917, the police used the same excuse to persecute the Chinese. Ambassador Yeung then guaranteed that the Chinese were more conservative than the whites and they were self-disciplined, so he hoped that the authority might cancel such restrictive law. Consequently Ambassador won (April 8th + April 9th, P. 3
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