How the Chinese Created Canada
Written by Adrian Ma.
Published by Dragon Hill Publishing Ltd., 2010.
|The Chinese culture in Canada has become widely celebrated.
Whether it is through Chinese lantern festivals, the ringing in of the Chinese
New Year or the many colourful and interesting nooks and crannies of the
Chinatowns found in most of Canada's major cities, the Chinese culture is alive
How the Chinese Created Canada provides a more in-depth look at what has gone on behind the scenes and in years past, resulting in a rich, varied and often harrowing dialogue of the Chinese history in Canada:
Adrian Ma was born in Hamilton, Ontario, a first generation Canadian whose parents immigrated from Hong Kong. While earning his Honours BA in Philosophy and Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University, Adrian experienced the thrill of owning a byline in the campus newspaper. He was hooked, and was accepted into Ryerson University, where he graduated with his Masters in Journalism. He has since worked for The Toronto Star and CBC, and has won awards for his work.
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