Our growing list of links to related sites and blogs:


Chinese Canadian Stories: Uncommon Histories from a Common Past” is a collaborative, multi-disciplinary project led by the University of British Columbia, funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Community Historical Recognition Program (CHRP).

From Simon Fraser University in British Columbia: A Brief Chronology of Chinese Canadian History

Another Simon Fraser project: From C to C: Chinese Canadian Stories of Migration

Our Stories · Chinese Canadian National Council (CCNC)

Chinese Canadian Women 1923 – 1967

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Chinese Laundries Blog

Cheuk Kwan’s award-winning 13-episode series took him around the globe to some strange and unexpected places in search of Chinese Restaurants. And here are descriptions of each episode on Linked.TV.

And more on the history of Chinese family restaurants in the US and Canada from John Jung – Sweet and Sour: Life in Chinese Family Restaurants.

The Multicultural History Society of Ontario (MHSO) has a site – The Ties that Bind – that commemorates the history of the Chinese building of the Canadian Pacific Railway and the history of the Chinese Exclusion Act and the Head Tax.

A Short History of Chinese Cooking in the U.S.

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