Andrew Yang: An Exciting Week on the Campaign Trail

By Andrew Yang, Candidate for US President, Feb. 22, 2019 I spent this past weekend in Washington, DC, and Baltimore for President’s Day. We had a rally in Baltimore on Monday that drew a couple hundred enthusiastic supporters at Charm City Meadery. It was a blast. I bought some honeyed mead to take home, which […]

Mayor Walsh-Announces over $26 Million for Affordable Housing

BOSTON – Wednesday, February 20, 2019 – Building on his commitment to create and preserve affordable housing in Boston, Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced more than $26 million in new and recommended funding from the Department of Neighborhood Development, the Neighborhood Housing Trust, and the Community Preservation Fund, to create and preserve 515 units […]

CAAL Celebrates 36th Anniversary and Chinese New Year

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com Lexington, Mass., Feb, 15, 2019, — Chinese American Association Association of Lexington (CAAL) held Chinese New Year celebration at Battin Memorial Hall on Feb, 10. It was the sixth day of the Chinese New Year of Pig which started on Feb 5. Over 700 people showed up for the celebration. Dragon […]

Bingchuan Wan and Jingyi Huang Draw Rave Reviews in Operetta Countess Maritza

By Xiaorong Yan, bostonese.com Cambridge, Mass., Feb, 11, 2019, — The annual opera performance of Longy School of Music of Bard College, which have long enjoyed a good reputation in the music circle, was successfully staged on Feb. 2 and Feb. 3. This year, The school elaborately selected the masterpiece of Hungarian composer Emmerich Kalman: […]

UMass Boston Intends to Strengthen Collaboration with Chinese Universities

By Xinming Li, bostonese.com Boston, Jan. 22, 2019, — As the Spring semester starts for local colleges this week, UMass Boston has closed its Confucius Institute, which boasts of a history of 12 years. The news resonated strongly on campus and in the community. Professors, staff, students and members of the community expressed deep regret […]

Dr. Hou Lectures about IP Strategy in China at Cambridge Innovation Center

Cambridge, Mass., January 19, 2019, New England Association of Chinese Professionals (NEACP) invited Ching-Cheng (James) Hou to deliver a speech “Bio-Pharm Companies’ Winning Strategy in China from the Perspective of Intellectual Property” at Cambridge Innovation Center today. This is a full-house event, attracted about thirty people in 18 seating conference room; and the event attracted […]