Beyond UBC | 3 Things You Might Not Know about the Chinese Exclusion Act in Canada with Dr. Henry Yu
When the Chinese head tax wasn’t enough to stop Chinese immigration, the Canadian government banned Chinese people entirely, separating families for a generation. On July 1, 1923, the federal government passed the Chinese Exclusion Act. Learn about the impact of this history on Chinese diasporic communities in Canada with Dr. Henry Yu.
Prof. Bill French and Prof. Glen Peterson Retire after Three Decades of Inspiring UBC Students
UBC History faculty Dr. Glen Peterson and Dr. Bill French retire after 30 and 33 years of service to the Department, respectively. Learn about their contributions in this editorial.
UBC History Graduate Students Receive Support from the Japanese Canadian Students of 1942 Fund to Further Nikkei Research
UBC History PhD candidate Nicole Yakashiro and MA student Bailey Irene Midori Hoy expand the field of Japanese Canadian and Asian Canadian history with new perspectives on the past, thanks to the support from the Japanese Canadian Students of 1942 Fund.