Celebrate Asians this May in B.C

Yap, John
May 2012
South Asian Post;5/10/2012, p22
The author reflects on the contributions of the Asian Canadians in British Columbia including their business and academic establishments that have helped in the economical and cultural growth of the province and encourages people to celebrate their contributions during the Asian Heritage Month of May.


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