Chinese immigration is helping to redefine what it means to be Canadian – and it’s not all flannel shirts and beer commercials. Photo: AFP

Being a rugged outdoorsy Chinese-Canadian. What’s that all ‘aboot’?

  • Chinese immigrants may not always have been welcome in Canada, but they are now its largest minority and have as much claim on ‘Canadianness’ as anyone else
  • It’s not all about flannel shirts and beer commercials. One day, the white community will be a minority, too
Topic |   Chinese overseas

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Chinese immigration is helping to redefine what it means to be Canadian – and it’s not all flannel shirts and beer commercials. Photo: AFP
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Crystal Tai

Crystal Tai

Crystal covers business trends and cultural criticism, with a special focus on Northeast Asia, for the Asia desk. Before joining the SCMP, she contributed to Quartz, i-D Magazine, Monocle, Wallpaper, Lonely Planet and other publications. Her broadcast commentary has been featured on BBC Radio, CGTN and other media.