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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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Graceworks Fashion Show to Be Held on Nov. 4 in Concord

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, Oct. 14, 2016, — It’s not often that you can see a fashion show in the quiet western suburbs of Boston. In the evening of November 4, 2016 (6:30-9:30 PM), students from Yuqing Graceworks School will culminate their training program with an end-of-program fashion show, featuring dresses with brilliant fall colors, casual and elegant eveningwear ensembles.
Group picture of a class at Yuqing Graceworks School (photos by Sarah Ji).
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Pictures from Xiamen University America Alumni Association Annual Meeting

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, Oct. 8, 2016, Xiamen University(XMU) America Alumni Association Annual Meeting held its 2016 annual meeting today at Empire Garden in Boston Chinatown. Over 100 Xiamen University alumni from across the US attended the annual meeting with honor guest Vice President Zhan Xinli of Xiamen University.
Zhan Xinli (fourth from right), Dr. Xinsheng Zhu, president of New England XMU Alumni Association and others pose for a picture.
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Pictures from 2016 Walk for Hunger

Photos by Christina Zhang, bostonese.com

Boston, May 1, 2016, — More than 40,000 people came together on the Boston Common to make a powerful statement about hunger in Massachusetts today. In addition to the scenic 10-mile Walk course along the Charles River, this year the Walk for Hunger kicked off with a 5k timed race starting on the Boston Common.
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Dream of the Red Chamber Concert — An Instant Classic in Pictures

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Lexington, Mass., April 12, 2016, — Just days before the Patriots’ Day, Dream of the Red Chamber concert took stage at Battin Hall just steps away from the Battle Green. You won’t hear any gunshots but wonderful Chinese traditional music and beautiful songs from the classic 1987 Chinese TV series The Dream of the Red Chamber. Over 1,500 music fans attended two concerts in the afternoon and evening on Sunday, April 10.
Composer Wang Liping was honored at the concert (photos by Xinming Li, bostonese.com)
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Pictures from Gee How Oak Tin Association Chinese New Year Banquet

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, Feb. 27, 2016, — This is Super Saturday before the Super Tuesday in Boston Chinatown. Over 1,000 people showed up at the Gee How Oak Tin Association of New England’s Chinese New Year banquet at Empire Garden and Hei La Moon restaurants, including many elected officials.
(L to R)Peter Chan, James Chan, Senator Warren, Michell Wu and her son, Helen Chan and Paul Chan pose for a picture.
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Pictures from NCLS Chinese New Year Gala

Newton, Feb. 5, 2016, — With the leadership of Newton Chinese Language School (NCLS) event committee, NCLS 2016 Chinese Spring Gala was successfully held at Regis college. Thanks a lot for all performers, PCC, admin staff, teachers, board members and volunteers who have been involved in and supported this event, makes this gala successful and an unforgettable night.
Dance performance at the gala (photos by Fenfang Mei).
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Art Groups, ATV Miss Asia Contestants Rock the Fifth AA Day

By Xinming Li, photos by John Tsou

Boston, Sept. 28, 2015, — The Fifth AA Day event was successfully held at Boston Marriott Burlington on Sept. 20. Many local art and cultural groups participated in this annual event to celebrate the cultural heritage of Asian Americans as the Mid-Autumn Festival is just around the corning. Over 600 guests showed up for the event presented by Asian American Association of Boston and its 12 partner orgnizations. State Senator Jason Lewis, State Rep. Donald Wong and Selectman of Town of Burlington Robert Hogan were on hand to offer citations to Asian American Association of Boston. CCBA-NE president Hung Goon and Nam Pham representing Quincy Mayor also made congratulatory speeches.
(L to R)Coco Miao, Joe Li and Jiahui Jiang hold a Chinese calligraphy, which means “beauty and health coexist”(all photos by John Tsou).
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Flying High! NEU’s Coco Miao Wins ATV Miss Asia Boston

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, Sept. 15, 2015, — Just a couple years ago, Coco Miao worked hard at 30,000 feet above ground to bring smiles on faces of first-class passengers of China Eastern Airlines. Her beautiful smile won the hearts of the six judges and cheers and applause from 600 in the audience at John Hancock Hall Sunday night. Miss. Miao was crowned as the first ATV Miss Asia Boston winner.
Miss. Miao reacts as she is announced as the winner(photos by bostonese.com).
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The 5th Asian American Day Prep Meeting Held at CCBA in Boston Chinatown

By Menglei Han, bostonese.com

On July 13, the 5th Asian American Day Preparatory Meeting was held at Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) in Boston Chinatown. Klysler Yen, vice president of AAAB (Asian American Association of Boston) board attended the meeting, and his son Donnie Yen, the famous Hong Kong Kung Fu movie star, delivered his congrats and wishes to the successful hosting of the 5th Asian American Day event via his father. Director David Bai hosted the meeting. The Asian American Day aims to create a platform in order to unify Asian Americans in Boston, and to beautify Asian American communities.
Mr. Klysler Yen shows his son Donnie Yen’s Congrats to the Asian American Day (Photos by Menglei Han).
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BCPA Photographer Takes You to the Wild Africa

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com

Boston, June 8, 2015, — Ms. Feng Chai is a member of Boston Chinese Photographers Association (BCPA). She shared her experiences and photos of traveling to Africa at the GBCCA Yiwen Club lecture in Newton in the evening of June 7.
National bird of Kenya: lilac-breasted roller (all photos by Feng Chai).
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Pictures from ACLS Chinese New Year Celebrations

By Victor Chen, bostonese.com

Acton, Mass., March 5, 2015, — The Acton Chinese Language School (ACLS) hosted Chinese New Year celebration on March 1 from 3:30 to 8:30 PM at the Acton Boxborough Regional High School. Over 1,000 students, teachers, parents and guests showed up for the cultural events in the afternoon and evening gala performances that featured traditional singing, dancing and musical instruments.
Members of ACLS Pipa Class pose for a picture (photos by Victor Chen).
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Mayor Walsh Cheers for the Chinese New Year at CMA Banquet

By Victor Chen, bostonese.com

Boston, March 1, 2015, — Mayor Martin Walsh attended the Chinese New Year banquet of Chinese Merchants Association (CMA) at China Pearl restaurant in Boston Chinatown tonight. Mayor Walsh and board members of the CMA led three toasts for health, booming business and family harmony for the Chinese New Year of Sheep.
Mayor Walsh toasts with CMA board members (photos by Victor Chen).
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Pictures from The Fourth Asian American Festival

By David Li, bostonese.com, photos by John Tsou

Boston, August 8, 2014, — The fourth Asian American Festival arts gala was held at the Fenway Center in the evening of August 2, 2014. Close to 300 in the audience enjoyed a night of beautiful music and dance that celebrated the rich cultures and long history of Asian countries.
Saxophone solo Jasmine by Hongwei Gao from Asian American Arts Group (photo by John Tsou).
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BCPA Ends 2013 with Indoors Photography Event and Lecture

By David Li, bostonese.com

Boston, Jan. 6, 2014, — Boston Chinese Photographers’ Association (BCPA) wrapped up a year full of dramas and activities with a lecture at Framingham Public Library on Dec. 22, 2013. Over 20 members attended the lecture, and nine of them shared pictures they took in 2013.

Daryl Luk (left) works with model Tian Qin during a photo shoot in Nov. 2013 (photo by David Li).
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