New poll reveals Chinese-Canadians' experiences with racism during COVID-19

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A new poll suggests more than 40 per cent of people who identify as Chinese-Canadian said they had been threatened or intimidated since the pandemic began, and more than 60 per cent said they had adjusted their routines ‘to avoid run-ins or otherwise unpleasant encounter.’ Power & Politics speaks to Shachi Kurl, executive director at the Angus Reid Institute, and Tung Chan, former Vancouver city councillor and deputy mayor.

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