After the 1931, the situation of the Chinese goes up in term of economic situation. Certain rejections were started removing from them. They started their own businesses and took part in professional service. Now they are allowed to take citizenship in Canada on the basis of birth and marriage. Many Chinese started their food services in Canada with their restaurants; many have now been doing well in technical services and professional services.
According to Chan (2000), it has emerged that Chinese do not come into country to remain but only to earn some of the money and send it to their family. A diverse education community creates a diversity at the racism time as educational system that exists currently might not be utilized well by the Chinese.
The economic cost of racism to Chinese-Canadians is all about the racism done with the Chinese in the earlier time. At that time, the discrimination with regards to jobs has been done with the Chinese. This influenced the economic position of the Chinese on the larger scale. As they were not allowed to take participate in any positioned job, their economic condition goes down. They were provided with less salaries or wages as compared to others. This makes a fall down in their living status as the economic condition was down. They were provided with fewer resources as compared to others. Their admission in the academic side had also influenced in that time. They were restricted to take part in the educational institutions. For this, once they rallied about this and this results in the commencement of act that goes with their rights. The results of the allocation of fewer resources affected them too much. Some of the Chinese preferred to go back from where they were. However, after the year of 1931 it was observed that their position rose immensely and yet Chinese were discriminated in that time all over the Canada. The discrimination affects them in the age, education and other era (Hughes & Kallen, 1974). There are a lot of case studies in the case of Chinese racism in Canada. The book written by Con & Wickberg (1982, p.14) that focuses on the history of Chinese communities in Canada indicates these factors.
They were allowed to participate in the Votes and other legal rights. They were allowed to take citizenship in Canada. This made their economic situation better. Many of the Chinese started their own restaurants, which work well for improving their economic condition. The professional services and technical departments also influenced to improve their condition, as they were allowed to take part in the different areas.
During this racism, Chinese in Canada, never wanted to remain in the country because they were not able to take their children and wives with them (Chan, 2000).