Canada’s Humanitarian Tradition: James Nguyen
A former Asian refugee speaks about how much refugees and himself appreciate Canada’s help.
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Transcript: “Canada’s Humanitarian Tradition: James Nguyen”
Video length: 00:00:34 minutes
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Gold text displays: “Canada’s Humanitarian Tradition” with a red Canadian maple leaf.
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JAMES NGUYEN (Former Refugee): I think Canada’s commitment to refugees has been tremendous. Just from my own personal experience with the Indo-Chinese refugees after the fall of Saigon. From people like me and my fellow boat people, just know that we appreciate everything you have done, the past work and the future work that you will be doing.
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Text displays in white font: “To learn more: Canada.ca/refugees”
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