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The role of Chinese-Canadians

 Because they often speak the local languages and blend in the local populations, Chinese-Canadians played a primary role in S.O.E.`s Asian operations The Chinese people had spread throughout southeast Asia for centuries and were established as hard-working merchants and trader. For this reason, Chinese-Canadians were actively recruited by S.O.E. in 1943 and 1944. IT was dramatic switch for the Chinese-Canadians who up until then been prevented from playing any role in the defense of their new country.

1947 All people, First Nation, Chinese. Eskimo, as a Canadian now have full privileges of citizenship.            Willy Chong  

 

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