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Brad was one of the Producers of the feature film documentary, Operation Oblivion at Media Monkey (Canada) (2010-1013). He researched and created the story line for the feature documentary on Chinese Canadian veterans of World War II.  
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He was the Curator/Consultant/Researcher/Writer Foundation to Commemorate the Chinese Railroad Worker in Canada/Multicultural Historical Society of Ontario (2009-2011). Brad researched, developed and wrote content for a multimedia/oral history project on the Chinese Canadian community. He developed procedures and protocols for collecting and archiving information. Lee also coordinated the use of historical artifacts and archival materials.
As Principal writer at the Metro Toronto Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic (2008-2010), Lee worked with the legal clinic director and a team of legal researchers and web developer to create content for an educational website on Chinese Canadian history. He was not only responsible for researching and writing all the text for the website, but also consulted on audio-visual and multimedia content.
Other Significant Media Experience
Brad Lee has also worked as an Historical Consultant at Stitch Media (2008-2009).
As Assistant Financial Editor at the Toronto Star (1998-2008), he consulted with documentary film and website producers on content and story lines for multimedia history project. He not only identified and provided key community contacts for the project, but also assisted with fact-checking stories.
In Hong Kong, Brad Lee was Editor/Correspondent at Agence France Press AFP (1992-1998)  He was responsible for managing and editing political, social and economic stories generated by AFP bureaus in the Asia-Pacific region. Lee managed coverage for AFP's English-language news service, including translating content from French to English. In addition, he coordinated graphics and photo coverage of major news events and deployed as correspondent to co-ordinate and troubleshoot news coverage of major events, including financial crisis, Asia-Pacific political and economic stories and analysis. He also filed news under tight deadlines from China, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.
Lee was also a Staff Reporter for the Calgary Herald (1989-1991). He was not only responsible for responsible for writing general assignment news and feature stories, but also building contact network and reporting news for city and community section of a daily newspaper.
"Chinese celebrate long history in Canada Chinese Canadians helped build Canada, but were not always recognized as citizens." Toronto Star. January 26, 2011. 
Interviews with Brad Lee
"Head Tax." 
Bradley Lee has a B.A. in International Relations and Affairs from the University of British Columbia, 1988 and a Certificate in Public Relations from Ryerson University, 2013.