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Tumbler Ridge coal mine a "dream" for Chinese worker

Hoy Juh Lee recently arrived in Tumbler Ridge from China. (CBC)
The controversy about over 200 Chinese miners coming to work at a coal mine in Tumbler Ridge continues in court this week, but a dozen of those workers have already arrived in the northeastern community. CBC's Greg Rasmussen visited the community where he spoke to supporters, detractors, and Hoy Juh Lee, a 24-year-old Chinese worker who says coming to Canada is a "dream" for him and his family.

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