Gateway to Asia

Gateway to Asia

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With the distance between Canada and Russia, China and India cut by high-speed planes, new international links are being forged. In this Pacific world, British Columbia is a unit of growing importance. In a brief survey of the province, this film covers the people, natural resources, industries, and some of the social problems of British Columbia - specifically the imprisonment of Japanese citizens and brief references to the lives of Chinese and Indian migrants. Located on the Pacific Coast, it is the jumping-off place for planes bound for East Asia, and a vital link between the rest of Canada and her neighbours across the Pacific.

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Gateway to Asia, Tom Daly, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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Credits
  • director
    Tom Daly
  • producer
    Tom Daly
  • editing
    Tom Daly
  • narrator
    Lorne Greene