Post WWII Emigration to Central Canada
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The paper looks at how people of Hong Kong and south China origins in Toronto constitute a large and unique sub-group within a now varied Canadian Chinese population. The paper examines the push factors, the nature of adjustment, achievements, the contrast with persons of other Chinese origin and their attitudes towards other Chinese.
From the Paper:"This paper discusses a Canadian Chinese immigration community noted for industriousness and achievement, thousands of whose members reached Canada as penniless persons, often exiles of the People's Republic of China after October 1948 who had the good fortune to reach Hong Kong. Others had been were longstanding residents of Hong Kong to survive the brutal 1942-1945 occupation by the Imperial Japanese Army in its dispossession, starvation and destruction of the colony's pre-War economy. Many who headed for Canada in the 1950s and 1960s had little more security than the knowledge..."
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