The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
General meeting in Vancouver - was held on Jan. 26 - a name list of reps, from each association was posted for reference. Mah Kam Chee H.Q. Van. Jan. 26 - was thespring festival celebration. $500 raised for Chinese War Relief fund. Oylin Kung Sore - spring festival party was held on Jan. 26th. CBA sent a brief together with the 43 restrictive immigration laws back to the Chinese superivision Dept. and external Affairs Department in June 1936. CBA now received a reply from the supervision Dept. ( ) stating that the Dept. had ordered the Ambassador in Ottawa to continue with the negotiation and fight for equality. Kong Chow H.Q. ( ) a farewell party was held for a group 6f leaving for China. Yu Shan School, Victoria - the new teacher , arrived in Van., a welcoming party would be held for him. 14 Chinese gamblers who were arrested previously were fined $5, but the head was fined $100. Shon Yee H.Q. held a faneral ceremony for an old Chinese. Chinese Ambassador at Ottawa , recently released an article saying the Chinese gov't was concerned aboutthe abolishment of the Immigration law. Abolishment of the : • law would bring China and Canada closer to each other. Princeton news - an old Chinese was killed on Jan. 27 in a fight by a white truck driver who was charged with murder. Canadian Aid to China - Mr. Harry James ( ) donated $100 for the fund drive. He also showed appreciation to the chairman, Major-General Victor W. Odlun for his concern with inviting Chinese students to study at UBC. He hoped that Odium would urge the changes of the Chinese exclusion Bill. (The letter as well as the donation cheque were posted as reference.) The constitution of the Republic of China.
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