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1 Introduction -- 2 Reuniting Families -- 3 The Formation of Chinese Canadian Identity -- 4 Picture Brides, Paper Sons, and Paper Daughters -- 5 Enter Those with Education and Language Skills -- 6 They Came for Higher Education -- 7 Multiculturalism and Chinese Canadian Identity -- 8 Racism and Business Immigration -- 9 Women in the New Chinese Canadian Communities -- 10 Conclusion -- Afterword -- Appendices. 1 Interviewees ; 2 The Points System ; 3 Changes in Name of the Department of Immigration ; 4 Legislation and Regulations Pertaining to the Chinese, 1867-1990.
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