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How the rich got richer and you got the shaft
is an award-winning writer based in Vancouver and prominent author of books based on Chinese Canadian history. His books include
(Governor General's Liteary Award, 1996), as well as
Tales from Gold Mountain
Saltwater City: A History of the Chinese in Vancouver
(Vancouver Book Award
Paul Yee's Chinatown Christmas
As a child in Vancouver during the 1960s, I wasn’t deprived of Christmas. Mine was just different. It wasn’t until I was 30 that I discovered Christmas shortbread, and 40 when I learned that “tree...
Dec 10th, 2011