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 […]
By Asian American for Education As an important ally in defending the equal education rights of Asian American children, Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) has invested remarkable financial resources and assembled a top-notch team to litigate Harvard University, since November 2014.
By Suzanne Lee and Lydia Lowe Much is being made of a lawsuit alleging discrimination against Asian American applicants to Harvard University in order to reinforce the narrative that race should no longer be a factor in the admissions process. Plaintiffs allege that Asian American applicants with top scores for academics, test results and extracurricular […]
By Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang At the Boston Public Schools, we believe that our budget is a values statement, reflecting our commitment to creating the best schools for all our students. Through the BPS budget, we prioritize investing in every individual learner throughout their academic career. We must ensure that all students — […]
(Mr. Davis Woo passed away on Sept. 18, 2017 at age 86. A memorial service was held in Boston on Sept. 28.) 2011 CHSNE Sojourner Awards Recipient Davis Woo By Sherry Dong, for CHSNE Chronicle Fall 2011 Vol. 17, No. 1 By almost any measure, Davis Woo, 80, is an accomplished man. He earned a […]
Protest against MA House Bill H3361 in Boston Common.