BY Jie Loya, EMS You’d see this phenomenon in prison. A guy in H-Unit would get beat down real bad with a heavy weight belt and get sent to the hospital with eye damage and missing teeth. Author Joe Loya.
New York City, — On Monday, May 7, 2018, Radio City Music Hall hosted the 2018 Yale School of Visual Arts Commencement Exercises. Proud parents, elated students —1,180 graduates receiving degrees—and seas of red graduation gowns filled the beautiful Art Deco space on this glorious day. The centerpiece highlight, of course, was the keynote speech […]
(Note: Misa Kuranaga, 倉永美沙, is a Japanese ballerina at the Boston Ballet. Before joining Boston Ballet in 2003 she was a member of the San Francisco Ballet. In Boston she was promoted to soloist in 2005 and to principal dancer in 2009.) By Beatrice Lee, columnist of bostonese.com Misa is leaving Boston Ballet after many […]
The Power of Down to Earth — They Talk the Talk, I Walk the Walk 接地氣的力量：他們光說不練，我腳踏實地 Speech by Mayor Han Kuo-yu at Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies 韓國瑜市長在哈佛大學費正清中國研究中心的演講 Good afternoon, Director Szonyi, Director Goldstein, ladies and gentlemen, this is my greatest honor and pleasure to be here today and to begin with, I would like […]
By Dr. Tom Chung I am a Patriots fan, starting from the 1980s when they were a door mat in the NFL! I watched the recent AFC Championship game admiring the strategy especially in the second half! Whereas keeping the Kansas Chiefs scoreless in the first half was a master piece, the Patriots’ confidence in […]
By Wilson Lee, Founder of Chinese American Heritage Foundation(CAHF) I would not be here were it not for those Chinese immigrants who escaped famine and came to America for opportunity — building the Transcontinental Railroad. My name is Wilson Lee. I am 5th generation, Chinese American. A descendant of Transcontinental Railroad workers. CAHF will sponsor […]
By Zhirui Xiong, International School of the Sacred Heart of Tokyo In Japan, I’m “despicable Chinese.” In China, my home country, I’m “little Japanese.” I’ve faced different kinds of discrimination.
(In the evening of Dec. 7, 2018, Dan Koh delivered keynote speech at annual fundraising banquet Harry H. Dow Memorial Legal Assistance Fund in Boston Chinatown.) To the Board, to Geoff, to all of you — thank you for having me today. It’s an honor. Before I begin I just wanted to recognize my incredible […]
By Tammy Tsikar I am happy to announce that I have accepted a position at the Bank of England Mortgage as a Loan Originator! I have lived in America for more than 20 years and I’m fluent in English, Chinese and Tibetan.
Speech by Wang Tong, Dean of China Development Research Institute Harvard Law School, August 7, 2018 Ladies and gentlemen, dear friends, Good evening It’s a honor to meet you all here at Harvard University to exchange our ideas and discuss about meaningful topics. Being part of a think tank, lately I received the same question […]