Chinese Discrimination: 0050.0450

VENTS AND GOSSIP

            The Chinaman in British Columbia poses as a reformer.  At the outbreak of the present troubles in the Flowery Kingdom the almond-eyed Celestials declared themselves against the Boxers, and in proof of their sincerity they have raised a fund of $20,000 to be devoted to the enlistment of an army to protect the Chinese emperor.  I have not, however, heard of any of them volunteering for service in the new corps.

0050.0450: Chinese Discrimination

Chinamen in British Columbia raise money to be devoted to the enlistment of an army to protect the Chinese emperor.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  September 12, 1900
Pages:  9
Publisher:  The Nelson Economist
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

chinaman celestials army emperor

Subjects:

Social arrow Racism arrow Chinesearrow

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