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Ten Hours in Torreón: the Massacre of Cantonese Chinese during the Mexican Revolution

May 15th 1911, a military tribunal appointed by Emilio Madero met immediately after the tragedy we know today as the Torreón Massacre, or the Matanza de chinos de Torreón. After hearing testimonies, this tribunal concluded that the Maderista soldiers had committed atrocities. It was on May 15th that the Federal forces withdrew from Torreón, Coahuila,Continue reading “Ten Hours in Torreón: the Massacre of Cantonese Chinese during the Mexican Revolution”

O Canada, our home and native banned: Chinese Immigration Act 1923

Canada is known on the internet as a polite place where everyone is nice and apologises for everything, but really, that just describes traditional Southern Chinese culture. Canada is a whole different story. When last year May it was discovered that countless native children have been murdered by the Canadians, it blemished their precious imagine.Continue reading “O Canada, our home and native banned: Chinese Immigration Act 1923”

We Remember

Some things that shouldn’t be forgotten have been forgotten. We owe it to those who came before us to have their struggles and pain remembered. The mistakes they made can be seen as guidebook for the future.

This website serves as an archive, for me to learn, but also for me to share. Feel free to browse or come up with topic suggestion.

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

George Santayana

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