Resources List

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Dawson, John Brian. Moon Cakes in Gold Mountain: From China to the Canadian
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Dawson, John Brian and Nicholas Ting. The Chinese Experience in Canada: Life Stories from the Last 1800s to Today. http://www.abheritage.ca/pasttopresent/en/settlement/chinese_laundry_worker.html

Dyzenhaus, David and Moran, Mayo Edited by. Calling Power To Account
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Gillian, Marie. Attitudes Toward Chinese Immigrants to British Columbia, 1858-1885. Vancouver: Simon Fraser University, 1976.

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Gunn, Sean, ed. Inalienable Rice: a Chinese and Japanese Canadian Anthology. Intermedia Press, 1979.

Hoe, Ban Seng. Beyond the Golden Mountain: Chinese Cultural Traditions in Canada. Hull, Que.: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1989.

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Huang, Evelyn, with Lawrence Jeffery. Chinese Canadians: Voices From a Community. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1992.

Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadians Studies and Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia. Learning Chinese Canada. University of British Columbia, 2009.

Johnson, Graham E. “New Patterns, Old Reactions: Chinese Migration to Canada in the 1980’s.” In Contacts between Cultures, edited by Bernard Hung-Kay Luk, Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.

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Lai, David Chuenyan. “An Analysis of Data on Home Journeys by Chinese Immigrants in Canada, 1892-1915.” Professional Geographer 29, No. 4 (November, 1977).

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Lee, Bennett and Jim Wong-Chu, eds. Many-mouthed Birds: Contemporary Writing by Chinese Canadians. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1991.

Lee, Sky. Disappearing Moon Cafe. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1990.

Lee, Wai-Man. “Dance No More: Chinese Hand Laundries in Toronto.” Polyphony 6, No. 1 (Spring/Summer, 1984).

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Hong Kong and Mainland China, 1980-2000. Paper presented at the Conference on Subethnicity in the Chinese Diaspora, September 12-13, 2003, University of Toronto.

Library and Archives Canada, A Chinese Canadian Story: the Yip Sang Family. http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/yipsang/default.htm.

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Vancouver Public Library. Chinese Canadian Genealogy. http://www.vpl.ca/ccg/index.html.

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Virtual Museum of Canada. Collection X.
http://www.collectionx.museum/en.

Wang, Jiwu. “ His Dominion” and the “Yellow Peril” Protestant Missions to Chinese Immigrants in Canada,1859-1967. Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion and Wilfred Laurier University Press 2006.

Ward, Peter W. White Canada Forever-Popular Attitudes and Public Policy Toward Orientals in British Columbia. McGill-Queens, 1978.

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War II. London: Pirie Publishing, 1994.
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Woon, Yuen-Fong. The Excluded Wife. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1998.

Wright, Richard Thomas. In a Strange Land: A Pictorial Record of the Chinese in Canada, 1788-1923. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1988.

Yee, May. “Out of a Silent History: Voices of Chinese-Canadian Women.” Polyphony 9, No. 1 (Fall/Winter, 1987).

Yee, Paul. Blood and Iron: Building the Railway. Toronto: Scholastic Canada, 2010.

––––––. The Bone Collector’s Son. Vancouver: Tradewind Books, 2004.

––––––. Breakaway. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 1994.

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––––––. Dead Man’s Gold and Other Stories. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 2002.

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Library Resources

Chinese Canadian Veterans Museum
http://www.ccmms.ca/

Library and Archives Canada: Head Tax registry
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/chinese-immigrants/index-e.html

Library and Archives Canada: Genealogy
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/genealogy/022-905.002.02-e.html

Siyi Genealogy
http://legacy1.net

UBC’s INSTRCC
http://www.instrcc.ubc.ca/INSTRCC/Welcome.html

Vancouver Public Library – Chinese Canadian Genealogy
http://www.vpl.ca/ccg/index.html
http://www.vpl.ca/ccg/Head_Tax.html
http://www.vpl.ca/ccg/Railway.html

The Wallace B. Chung and Madeline H. Chung Collection
http://chung.library.ubc.ca/node

Films and Videos

Beyond The Gardens’ Wall: The Immigrant Workers of Tod Inlet
http://beyondthegardenswall.ca/

Beyond Golden Mountain
Gary Morgan, Hans Fousek, Wesley Lowe 1995

From C to C
http://www.sfu.ca/fromctoc/

Canadian Steel, Chinese Grit.
http://www.sfu.ca/davidlamcentre/projects/CSCG.html

Cedar and Bamboo
http://movingimages.ca/store/products.php?cedar_bamboo&osCsid=93d64dad68dd28835862c3df828453e6

Heroes Remember-Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society
A Veteran’s Oral History Project
http://www.ccmms.ca/special-projects/heroes-remember/

Island of Shadows-D’Arcy Island Leper Colony:1891-1924
The tragic story of British Columbia’s forgotten leper colony
http://www.filmwest.com/Catalogue/itemdetail/1352/

In The Shadow Of Gold Mountain
http://www.onf-nfb.gc.ca/eng/collection/film/?id=51429

Lost Years – A People’s Struggle for Justice
http://www.lostyears.ca/

I Am The Canadian Delegate – A Biography of Douglas Jung
http://www.filmwest.com/Catalogue/itemdetail/3344/

The Magical Life of Long Tak Sam
http://www.longtacksam.com/

Made in China: the Story of Adopted Chinese Children in Canada.
Lee, Karin L. Moving Images Distribution, 2000.

Moving The Mountain
http://diffusionmultimonde.com/en/1993/01/moving-the-mountain/

Redress Remix
http://www.redressremix.ca

The Road Chosen: The Story of Lem Wong
A Scattering of Seeds- The Creation of Canada
http://www.whitepinepictures.com/seeds/i/3/index.html

Shattered- Karin Lee

Spirit of the Dragon, Gil Gauvreau, Convergence Productions, 2002
http://www.mcnabbconnolly.ca/titles/2814/spirit_of_the_dragon

Tailor Made
http://www.cbc.ca/thelens/program_120208.html
http://www.modernizetailors.blogspot.ca/2008/02/tailors-bill-and-jack-wong-get-close-up.html

Under The Willow Tree: Pioneer Women in Canada
http://www.onf-nfb.gc.ca/eng/collection/film/?id=33336

Unfolding the Butterfly (Secrets & Memories) Wayson Choy
http://movingimages.ca/store/products.php?wayson_choy

Magazines and Online Culture

Asian Canadian Culture Online Project
http://www.ccnc.ca/accop

Asiancanadian.net
http://www.asiancanadian.net/

Asian Network Magazine
http://www.asianetwork.ca/asian_news_home.html

Chinese Canadian 150 Years Project
http://www.ccnc.ca/cc150

Chinese Canadian Culture Online Project
http://www.ccnc.ca/cccop

New Voices Project
http://www.asiancanadianwiki.org/wiki/New_Voices_Project

Ricepaper Magazine
http://www.ricepapermagazine.ca

Schema Magazine
http://schemamag.ca/

Asian Heritage Month Festivals

Fredericton: Asian Heritage Month Committee
Email: madhuverma@rogers.com

Montreal: Montreal Asian Heritage Month
http://www.accesasie.com

Ottawa: Ottawa Asian Heritage Month Society
http://www.asianheritagemonth.net/

Toronto: Asian Heritage Month
http://asian-heritage-month.org/

Winnipeg: Asian Heritage Manitoba
http://www.asianheritagemanitoba.ca/

Edmonton: Edmonton Asian Heritage Month
ttp://www.asian.ca/heritagemonth/

Calgary: imaginAsian
http://www.asianheritagecalgary.ca/

Vancouver: explorAsian
http://www.explorasian.org/SitePages/Home.aspx

Community Advocates

Jean Lumb
http://www.jeanlumbfoundation.ca/story.html

Charlie Quan
http://www.straight.com/article-632381/vancouver/sid-tan-charlie-quan-was-canadian-hero-not-chink

Won Alexander Cumyow
http://www.generasian.ca/CHA-eng1/66.165.42.33/cv/html/en/panel_04.html

Wong Foon Sien
http://www.pc.gc.ca/culture/ppa-ahp/itm3-/page01_e.asp

Gim Wong

http://www.ccmms.ca/veteran-stories/air-force/gim-wong/

Yip Sang
http://www.biographi.ca/EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=42017&query=

http://chung.library.ubc.ca/collection-themes/immigration-and-settlement/yip-family-and-yip-sang-company

http://www.canada.com/theprovince/news/story.html?id=da8cbf99-54bd-4d1c-b51f-4b4cbadd584d

Redress Documents

Margaret Mitchell’s letter to PM Trudeau September 1983
http://www.roadtojustice.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Letter-from-Margaret-Mitchell-to-the-Right-Honourable-Pierre-Trudeau.pdf

Prime Minister Harper offers full apology June 22, 2006
http://www.pm.gc.ca/eng/media.asp?id=1219

Liberal Government Agreement-in-Principle November 2005
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/laws-policy/agreements/china/china.asp

Committee Report on Bill C-333 October 2005
http://www.roadtojustice.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Standing-Committee-Hearing-into-Bill-C333-Oct.-25-2005.pdf

1984 Progressive Conservative Party Redress Letter
http://www.roadtojustice.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/PC-Party-redress-promise-1984.pdf

Proclamations

City of Toronto
Proclamation by Mayor David Miller
Chinese Canadian Head Tax Redress Day
June 22, 2008

WHEREAS Chinese labour was used to build the Canadian Pacific Railway to fulfill the National Dream and unite the country from west to east, with Chinese workers earning 75 cents per day which was half of what other workers were paid.

In 1885, after the Last Spike was driven, the Canadian government imposed a $50.00 head tax in an effort to restrict Chinese immigration, a tax which by 1903, was raised to $500.00, a sum worth two years of wages at the time.

On July 1, 1923, the Chinese Exclusion Act was passed to stop Chinese immigration. For the next 24 years, this racist and hurtful legislation separated families until it was finally repealed in May 1947, and Chinese Canadians regained the right to vote.

On June 22, 2006 the Canadian Government offered a Parliamentary apology for the injustice and racial discrimination and recognized the suffering of individual Chinese Canadians, their families and the entire Chinese Canadian community.

NOW THEREFORE, I, Mayor David Miller, on behalf of Toronto City Council, do hereby proclaim June 22, 2008 as “Chinese Canadian Head Tax Redress Day”, to celebrate this historic achievement and recognize the tremendous contribution of the Chinese Canadian community to the City of Toronto.

Mayor David Miller
http://www.toronto.ca/proclamations/2008/proclamation_headtaxredress2008.htm

Government of Ontario
Statement by Ontario Citizenship and Immigration Minister Michael Chan. June 2008
June 22, 2008
Ontario Marks Second Anniversary Of Chinese-Canadian Head Tax Redress
Statement by Ontario Citizenship and Immigration Minister Michael Chan

Today is Chinese-Canadian Head Tax Redress Day – an annual observance established by a unanimous resolution of the Ontario legislature.

This year, we mark the second anniversary of the federal government’s apology, on behalf of all Canadians, for one of the darkest chapters in our nation’s history – the head tax and the later exclusion of Chinese immigrants.

This is a day to acknowledge these historic wrongs and learn from the past. But it is also a day to celebrate the present and look to the future.

Despite adversity, and despite discriminatory immigration policies, Chinese Canadians persevered. They built a strong community and they helped build the prosperous and inclusive country we know today.

Now we live in a different time and we recognize that diversity is our greatest strength.

On this June 22, let us pause to reflect on the work still to be done to welcome today’s generation of immigrants and help them succeed.

Let us resolve to keep Ontario a place of opportunity for newcomers from around the world.

Other Resources

CBC: Chinese Immigration
http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/china/chinese_immigration.html

Arlene Chan Bibliography:
http://www.arlenechan.ca/Book9-Bibliography%20for%20website.doc

Chinese Canadian Historical Photo Exhibition http://www.ccnc.ca/toronto/history/index.html
Timeline: http://www.ccnc.ca/toronto/history/timeline.html

Chinese Canadian Historical Society of B.C. http://www.cchsbc.ca/

Chinese Canadian History in Alberta
http://www.chinesealbertanhistory.com/
Timeline: http://www.chinesealbertanhistory.com/timeline.htm

Chinese Canadian Women 1923-1967 Multicultural History Society of Ontario
http://www.mhso.ca/chinesecanadianwomen/en/database.php?c=56

Chinese Head Tax and the Chinese Exclusion Act in Canada
http://canadaonline.about.com/od/historyofimmigration/a/chineseheadtax.htm

Chinese Laundry Kids- CBC – IDEAS
http://www.cbc.ca/ideas/episodes/2011/04/18/chinese-laundry-kids/#igImgId_3977

Comme Les Chinois
http://commeleschinois.ca/

Generasian
http://www.generasian.ca/

Generasian: Passages of Changes:
http://www.generasian.ca/CHA-eng1/66.165.42.33/cv/html/en/panel_01.html

Government of Canada – Asian Heritage Month
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/multiculturalism/asian/index.asp

GungHaggisFatChoy
http://www.gunghaggis.com/

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