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His thesis simply doesn't hold up -- and it ignores the valuable contributions being made by non-white commentators.
More than half of the population in Richmond is of Chinese descent.
Two municipal candidates in Richmond, B.C. are promising to tackle the city's controversial Chinese-language signs. Carol
My frequent use of "Chinese" as an ethnic or cultural descriptor has variously resulted in accusations that I am anti-Chinese, pro-Chinese, anti-Canadian, or even anti-Hongkonger. So why mention when someone is (ahem) Chinese to any extent, ethnically, culturally, or by birth?
City council on Richmond, B.C. has declined to pursue limits on how much Chinese can be displayed on business signs in the
Two B.C. women will be asking Richmond city council to consider a policy that would limit how much Chinese can be displayed