National Post Comment

It is offensive to Chinese Canadians to call foreign registry ‘racist’ Properly used, the registry will prevent an entire community from being singularly labelled as a threat By Cheuk Kwan and Dora Nipp

CBC Radio Ontario Today

In respond to a caller who says she and her circle of friends have not experienced or heard anything like that, “those who have been intimidated are those who dare to speak out,” said Kwan, TADC co-chair. Listen In

CBC Power & Politics

“Shining a light on a few bad apples is not enough to overturn the apple cart … Our worry is that people in charge are hiding behind the racism shield in terms of deflecting the issue “

CBC National News

Investigation and registry will bring up anti-Chinese, anti-Asian sentiment “plays straightly into the playbook of the Chinese Communist Party … By having an open inquiry … will help ourselves as victims of Chinese interference.”

CBC News

“No doubt, the interference in the Canadian election electoral process is a grave concern. But I argue that this is the tip of the iceberg,” Kwan, co-chair of TADC testified in the ETHI committee meeting.

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中國涉干預加國大選 杜魯多國會被多番追問 他答了什麼? 播出日期:2023年3月9日 被訪者:多倫多支持中國民運會共同主席 關卓中 A1出擊 主持人:馮凱欣

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自由黨內部也要求調查中國涉干預聯邦大選  杜魯多被迫回應但只行了半步? 播出日期:2023年3月8日 被訪者:多倫多支持中國民運會共同主席 關卓中 A1出擊 主持人:馮凱欣

Star Feature

Chinese interference in Canada? Chinese Canadians say they reported it for years — and were ignored With PM Trudeau reportedly set to ask for a new investigation of foreign interference in Canada, advocates recall all the incidents and evidence that has gotten little apparent action over the years.