A story about voting, Canadian laws, and my grand-uncle Kew Dock Yip
Curious about DNA kits? Me too. Here are my pros and cons.
An funny look at dating under not-so-funny conditions
BC looks at its racist past and decides to say sorry. Vancouver does too.
Everything you were afraid to ask about the federal laws concerning voting and immigration for the Chinese in Canada, in the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee.
Six months after Past Presence hit the web, I was invited to lecture at Professor Kwong's Asian American Studies class at Indiana University, Bloomington
After WWII, the Chinese gained the franchise, but waited two decades to be reunited with their families. Why?
Chinese Canadians enlist in WWII, hoping to prove themselves worthy of civil rights, but find not much has changed after the war.
This is Part II of An uncertain homecoming.
Introduction Like all (Chinese) Canadians, I have been given a gift of priceless value: the gift of civil rights. I have not worked for this gift. I doubt I’ve earned it. Worst of all, I haven’t known who to thank for it, nor how much it cost. I’ve just taken it all for granted – […]