針對麥克琳雜誌及多倫多星報於10日分別撰文寫到「校園太亞洲」(too Asian)，及「亞洲學生被強迫就讀大學」，全加華人協進會 (平權會）認為這兩篇文章中充滿了對亞裔人士的偏見及歧視，並立即提出嚴重譴責及抗議。
English translation: CCNC Protests: The Reports Distort the Image of Chinese Parents
Reporter Qiu Jinyu
Report from Toronto
In response to the articles about “the Asianization of campuses” and Asian students who were forced to go to university written by Maclean’s and Toronto Star on the 10th, the Chinese Canadian National Council (CCNC) believes that the two articles are full of prejudice and discrimination against people of Asian descent, and raises serious condemnations and protests immediately.
Huang Yuwen, director-General of the CCNC, pointed out that parents are doing their best to be responsible when they educate their children not to smoke nor do drugs and to study hard in school, etc. [He] believes that parents of different ethnicities will inform their children about the same things, not only Chinese families. However, some media misquoted the statistics, emphasizing that 85% of Chinese parents would force their children to go on to tertiary education, and that Chinese parents would force their children to choose engineering, medicine, accounting, pharmacy and other professional subjects, which has caused tremendous pressures for Chinese children. This has distorted the image of Chinese parents and has caused society to have a negative view of Chinese families.
[Photo]: Huang Yuwen (right) and student representatives took a group photo after the CCNC protest.
(Reporter Qiu Jinyu / Photography)