By David Li, translation by Jun Yang On the afternoon and evening of January 28, Ying Wu’s vocal classes held a Chinese New Year’s concert in Hancock United Church of Christ in Lexington, Mass. As a special guest, Kristy Lee, New England’s only 24-hour news TV station NECN’s morning news anchor, hosted the concert. The […]
By Sophia Yee, painter and poet Spring allows me to express myself fully and freely in a dynamic movement of colors,shapes, lines, light and shadows and to capture the essence of the moment and perhaps the light and shadow that raises me from a sinking mood and a dead spirit. Spring speaks in a unique […]
By Anping Shen, ED. D. Jason was born in China and went through from pre-‐school to graduate school in the United States. During his junior year at the Newton North High School, Newton, MA, Jason was selected as a member of the USA National Man’s Junior Gymnastics Team. In 2009, Jason was a co-‐captain of […]
By David Li, bostonese.com According to a press release by Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), at 4 PM this Friday, March 23, high school aged members of CPA’s Chinese Youth Initiative and other students in Chinatown will sit outside Tufts New England Medical Center(TNEMC) station to protest the proposed massive fare increases and service cuts by […]
By David Li, translation by Jia Liu and Junhua Shen Located on the banks of the beautiful West Lake in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, Zhejiang University (ZJU) is one of the finest universities in China. On the afternoon of Feb. 18, 2012, more than 100 Zhejiang University (ZJU) alumni and their relatives attended the ZJU […]
By David Li, bostonese.com Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) had its 24th annual Chinese New Year Banquet on March 2 at Empire Garden Restaurant. Over 600 guests who live in or work at Chinatown neighborhood enjoyed a wine and dim sum reception, children’s lion dance by Gund Kwok Cubs, and traditional Chinese New Year banquet.
By David Li, bostonese.com An afternoon planned for running on the soccer field, was turned into handshakes with Olympic champions in a hockey arena, and a news report on the front page. Zhao Hongbo and Shen Xue wish the best of our readers at Harvard ice hockey arena(photo by David Li).
By David Li, bostonese.com On Super Tuesday, March 6, of 2012, Dr. Weidong Wang becomes the first Chinese-American elected officer in town-wide elections in the historical Lexington Mass.
By David Li, translated by Alice Liu In June 2011, I visited the Oak Meadow Montessori School which is located in the town of Littleton, MA. Although locals from the town know the school very well, they may not be familiar with the history behind it. Dr. Maria Montessori was a distinguished Italian doctor and […]
By David Li, bostonese.com There was another Lin working hard at Harvard’s Boston Children’s Hospital when Jeremy Lin was playing basketball for Harvard. In December 2011, journal Science published a long research paper titled Npas4 Regulates a Transcriptional Program in CA3 Required for Contextual Memory Formation, which revealed the key controlling factor of the Npas4 […]