How the Chinese Created Canada

June 16, 2010|
How the Chinese Created Canada by Adrian Ma
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How the Chinese Created Canada provides an in-depth look at the triumphs and struggles of one of Canada's most vibrant communities. Chinese culture has permeated the fabric of Canadian society with bold, exciting cuisine, art, music and alternative approaches to medicine and healing. Talented and creative individuals have made these concepts an integral aspect of everyday Canadian culture. Regardless of the hardships they endured--hazardous work conditions on the railway line, the government-sanctioned racism of the head tax, the lack of suffrage in a country where they were supposedly citizens--the Chinese persevered and forged a new chapter in our collective legacy. And some of Canada's most influential and interesting people have emerged from the families of Chinese immigrants--Adrienne Clarkson, former Governor General; Norman Kwong, lieutenant-governor of Alberta; Alfred Sung, fashion designer; Stephen Yan, chef and TV host of Wok with Yan; Patrick Chan, Canadian figure skating champion and so many more.
Adrian Ma was born in Hamilton, Ontario, a first generation Canadian whose parents immigrated from Hong Kong. While earning his Honours BA in Philosophy and Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University, Adrian experienced the thrill of owning a byline in the campus newspaper. He was hooked, and was accepted into Ryerson University...
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Title:How the Chinese Created Canada
Format:Paperback
Dimensions:256 pages
Published:June 16, 2010
Publisher:Dragon Hill Publishing
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781896124193

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