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Wow! Pictures from 7th Asian American Day in Boston Common

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, Sept. 9, 2017, — The 7th Asian American Day celebrations were held successfully in Boston Common today from 10 AM to 4 PM. Over 30,000 people showed up for this day-long celebration of devise Asian cultures and enjoyed a beautiful day by watching performances and even a parade of over 20 cultural organizations in the common, led by Chinese Young Professionals Networking(CYPN).

(L to R)Joe Li, Michelle Wu, Pingping, Ye Huang, President of Board AAAB, and Lucy Liu pose for a picture (provided by Joe Li).
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Mass Pike Tenants Seek Resident and Community Control

Boston, July 14, 2017, — Tenants from Mass Pike Towers, a 200-unit low-income housing development in Boston Chinatown, staged a protest today with supporters to highlight an ongoing dispute over the tenant association’s right to purchase the tenants’ homes according to a 2000 agreement between Trinity Financial and the Mass Pike Towers Tenant Association.

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Boston Public Library Hosts Free Wedding Ceremonies of Five Lucky Couples

Boston – June 15, 2017 – Boston Public Library hosted the wedding ceremonies of five couples in the first-ever giveaway of this kind on Sunday, June 11, in the iconic Italianate courtyard at the Central Library in Copley Square. Winners were selected via an online lottery held in early 2017.


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Thank You Love Your Block Participates! Let’s Keep Chinatown Clean!

By Gilbert Ho, Chinatown Main Street

April 29, 2017, Thank you to all volunteers coming out today to help keep Chinatown Clean, and the weather is gorgeous, Chinatown Main Street Chairman Rick Wong, Board of Directors, and many volunteers.

(L to R)Rick Wong, volunteers from Tufts University, Courtney Ho and Gilbert Ho pose for a picture.
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Xiaomi’s Lei Jun Speaks about Innovation and Efficiency at Harvard China Forum

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Cambridge, Mass. April 23, 2017, — The 20th Harvard China Forum came to an close this after at Charles Hotel in Harvard Square. The 2-day forum drew around 1,000 attendees this year, and is the largest China focused conference in North America.

Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, speaks at Harvard China Forum (photo by bostonese.com).
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BCNC and CPA Hold Graduation of the Pre-Vocational Skills Training Program

Boston, April 2, 2017, — The Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center and the Chinese Progressive Association celebrated the graduation of their fourth class of the Pre-Vocational Skills with ESOL for Retail Employment training program recently. Nine students graduated, with three having already begun work in their new customer service positions.
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Amazing Banquet by Loong Kong Tien Yee Association of New England

By Gracia Lei, bostonese.com

On the evening of February 26, 2017, The Loong Kong Tien Yee Association of New England celebrated a belated Chinese New Year with a banquet at the Empire Garden Restaurant of Chinatown.

Members,Guests and lion dancers pose for a picture (photos and videos by Gracia Lei).
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Harvard’s Jenny Liu Wins 2016 USA Miss Asia

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, Dec. 28, 2016, — For the second year in a row, a contestant from Boston was crowned as the winner of USA Miss Asia pageant. The final contest of 2016 USA Miss Asia was held in Brooklyn, New York, just before the Christmas. Jenny Aizhou Liu(刘爱舟), a graduate student of Harvard University, emerged as the winner from the 10 finalists, mostly students from top Universities like Harvard, BU, BC and Columbia.

Jenny Liu was crowned as this year’s winner (photos provided to bostonese.com).
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Winners of Asian Health Photo Contest Revealed

By Ximming Li, bostonese.com

Quincy, Mass., Dec. 23, 2016, — The results of the Asian Health photo contest was announced at the annual meeting of Boston Chinese Photographers’ Association (BCPA) at Harvard Pilgrim Quincy office on Saturday, Dec. 17. Over 100 BCPA members and guests attended this annual meeting in spite of snowy weather.

Rose Hom presents award to Daryl Luk (provided by BCPA).
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Thank-you Letter to 2016 We Are Boston Gala Supporters

Thank you to all our supporters for making We Are Boston 2016 a great success!

A special thank-you to our co-chairs, Rob DeMartini, Steve Melia and Micho Spring for leading the amazing WAB committee – Mark Bettencourt, Sherry Dong, Atsuko Toko Fish, Rita German, Lucas Guerra, Cynthia Izzo, Robert Lewis, Jr., Sam Mazzarelli, Robert L. Reynolds, Bob Rivers, James E. Rooney and Brad Ulrich. We are so grateful to all of you!
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Mayor Walsh(right) and Director St. Guillen hand out award at the Gala.
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International Culture Festival Brings The World to Tsinghua

Beijing, Starting from 10am on November 12 until late afternoon, the scale and popularity of the 8th annual international cultural festival was unprecedented in Tsinghua. Students of Tsinghua University from over 30 different countries took part in the event. The festival brought both Chinese and international students together, and attracted guests from many other countries.
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Chinese King of Pop Wang LeeHom Rocks BSO and Receives Honorary Degree from Berklee

By Gracia Lei

Boston, Nov. 15, 2016, — The fully-packed, sold-out performance hall at BSO was packed with over 2,500 Sunday night. They embraced Wang LeeHom, who received an honorary doctoral degree from Berklee College of Music, along with the array of orchestral, vocal, and Chinese drum performers, many of whom are current students or faculty of world-renowned Berklee College of Music.
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26-City “Aerial Campaign” for Trump Comes to Boston on Oct 29

Boston, Oct. 28, 2016, — Don’t be surprised if you see a big banner in the sky tomorrow in the greater Boston area. On Saturday, October 29, Chinese Americans for Trump will bring their nation-wide aerial campaign to Boston. Planes towing banners stating “Chinese Americans for Trump” will symbolize the support of more than one million Chinese Americans living across America for presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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Similar banner in the sky of Florida recently.
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NEACP’s 39th Annual Conference to Be Held on Oct. 29 at MIT

Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 24, 2016, — The 39th Annual Conference of New England Association of Chinese Professionals (NEACP) will be held this Saturday, Oct. 29, at MIT. This year’s conference features four distinguished speakers, and has a them of “Technology, Literature, Past and Future.
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Picture from NEACP’s 35th annual meeting (bostonese.com file photo).
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