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  • ISBN 0973355719
  • ISBN13 978-0973355710
  • Language English
  • Publisher Cane Press
  • Formats lrf lit mobi mbr
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  • Size ePub 1106 kb
  • Size Fb2 1874 kb
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Cane Ripples: The Chinese in Guyana. Number 3. Vancouver, . p. 220. ISBN 978-73-35571-0.

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The Chinese community played an important role in British Guiana beginning in 1853, supplying independent Guyana its first President, Arthur Chung, from 1970 to 1980. The Chinese are one of the "six peoples" celebrated in Guyana's national anthem. The 20th century saw substantial emigration by the Chinese Guyanese professional class, a process accelerated following independence, making the Chinese Guyanese principally a diaspora community today.

The Chinese in British Guiana (First published: Georgetown: "The Argosy" C. 1915 e. Cane Ripples: The Chinese in Guyana. Georgetown, Guyana: The Caribbean Press. ISBN 978-1-907-49310-2. ^ "The Daily Argosy". The Daily Argosy (Georgetown, British Guiana). National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

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Wong married Cheu-Leen Ho-A-Shoo, daughter of another notable Chinese family in the Colony, in Barbados, shortly after they completed their University studies in England. He was survived by Cheu-Leen, four daughters and one son, Evan Wong, named for the family patriarch. Frank A. (15 January 2007). Historical Information Events & Dates on the Parliament of Guyana from 1718 to 2006"(PDF). Parliament of Guyana. 39. Retrieved 29 October 2015.

Chinese in Guyana: Their Roots A wonderful site created by writer Trev Sue-A-Quan (Cane Reapers, Cane Ripples .

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