Unformatted text preview: association made it easier for Chinese to get work by teaching them English as well as labor history and singing classes and taught its members of current events in China and its war against Japan. It is not surprising that the Chinese would have to band together to form there own labor union. Even though all of the working class depending on there race were facing discrimination they were unable to unite on a common front to combat their oppressors. Asians due to their physical appearance they had to face racism different from the others. Since they had to deal with such obstacles, they had to ban together on their own. Unfortunately, this is still prevalent today since people’s ideology is similar....
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- Spring '06
- Trade union, Blue-collar worker, Strike action, Asian Immigrant Workers