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The Vancouver Sun
Published Oct 2006
100 Influential Chinese-Canadians in B.C.
Meet some of the people of Chinese descent who strengthen our community.



The Vancouver Courier
Published Apr 2007
A Contract With China
In 1887, a mob attacked a Chinese work crew hired to clear land in Vancouver's West End. The mob accused the Chinese of taking jobs from white workers. In fact, it was the other way around.

PEOPLE

                       

Adrienne Clarkson
Official website
Adrienne Clarkson
Adrienne Louise Clarkson PC CC CMM COM CD FRSC FRAIC FRCPSC is a Canadian journalist and stateswoman who served as Governor General of Canada, the 26th since Canadian Confederation. -Wikipedia



David Lam
Wikipedia
David Lam
David See-chai Lam, OC, CVO, OBC was from 1988 to 1995 the 25th Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia. -Wikipedia



Norman Kwong
Wikipedia
Norman Kwong
Norman Lim "Normie" Kwong, CM, AOE (born Lim Kwong Yew;[1] October 24, 1929) is a former professional athlete, sports executive, and was the 16th Lieutenant Governor of Alberta. -Wikipedia



Philip Lee
Wikipedia
Philip Lee
Philip Lee's appointment as lieutenant governor was made by Governor General MichaŽlle Jean, on the advice of Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, on June 19, 2009.[7] Upon assuming the office on August 4, 2009, Lee became the 24th Lieutenant Governor of the province. -Wikipedia


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BOOKS

                       

Saltwatercity by Paul Yee
Published 1988
Saltwatercity
An Illustrated History of the Chinese in Vancouver


                       

by Marjorie Wong
Published by Pirie Publishing
The Dragon and The Maple Leaf
This is the untold story of all those Chinese Canadians who contributed to Allied Victory during the six years of war from 1939 to 1945. It is also the story of a neglected aspect of Canadian Military history. although few in number, Chinese Canadians served in mostly every command and every theatre, after overcoming many obstacles - social, political and military.


                       

edited by Joanne Poon
Published by Chinese Cultural Centre 1998
A Canadian Community, From Generation to Generation
Editor'note......Our intent is to show the dynamic history of Chinese Canadians and the development of the Chinese Community over generations which form an integral part of the larger Canadian society - Joanne Poon


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