The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
March 26, WednesdayP.2-3 1. A report of the court hearing of . The court» hearing was complicated due to the problem of a good interpreter and translator.The constitution of the Kuomintang was translated which showed that theassociation in Vancouver was the headquarters for the U.S.A. and Canada. Therewere Kuomintang branch offices in Calgary, Toronto, Lethbridge,Edmonton, Regina, and Winnipeg. The constitution stated that:i. if any member was being persecuted, the other members had to extend help.ii. if any member denounced or rejected the party, the party would deal withthose particular members.iii. those who supported the party could be admitted as members even though they hadcommitted serious crimes.iv. every overseas member had to pay a certain amount of National Salvationdonation.The party had previously tried to help their members to find jobs or to teach the members, however, the result was unsatisfactory. It had once tried to invite a V.I.P. from China to a speech tour in Canada to preach the ideology of the Kuomintang.P.3 2. The white restaurant owners in Manitoba werejealous of the Chinese restaurnat owners. They thus proposed to the City Council to stop issuing restaurant licences to Chinese. The Chinese immediately appealed to Ambassador Yeung who negotiated the case with the Manitoba government. Yeung was successful in abolishing the restrictive law
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