chinese canadian brothers honored... finally

Two Chinese Canadian brothers killed six months apart during the World War II will soon be nominated for national recognition by the Chinese Canadian Military Museum: Asian-Canadian soldiers lauded. Joseph Hong, who died in action on May, 23, 1944, was a navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force, while his brother George Hong, who died Sept. 8, 1944, was an army private. The two men were among 600 to 800 Canadian-born Chinese who volunteered to serve in the Canadian military during the Second World War.

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