Finding the Best Light, Pictures of Young Performers from China

By John Tsou, photographer I have been taking pictures of performances of local Chinese art and music groups for years. On July 27, 2012, I found myself at Lexington Town Hall Auditorium, taking pictures of talented students performers from China. They were the Chinese Culture Land – Talented Juvenile Troupe, that toured Canada and US […]

Life of an Academic with a 40-Year Teaching Career at Harvard University

By Yu-Chi Larry Ho, Gordon McKay Professor of Systems Engineering, Emeritus, Harvard University (From 1961 to 2001, Porf. Ho taught at School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University. One of his proudest achievements is the total of 50 students who received Ph.D. degrees from Harvard as a result of his one-on-one style teaching. This […]

Photo Journal – Harvard China Education Symposium Second Annual Meeting

By Bo Yang, May 12, 2012 I was asked to be photographer for Harvard China Education Symposium(CES) second annual meeting at Harvard University School of Education. The conference started in the evening of May 11, and ended at around 6 PM on May 12. I took hundreds of pictures and was really impressed by the […]

Homemade Chow Mei Fun – Lots of Fun!

By Lin Kong, Master of Nutrition Science, Dietetic Intern (from ) Chow Mei Fun means “stir fried rice noodle”, one of my favorite Asian cuisine dish. It is widely liked in southern China and many other countries in South Asia. Depending on the cooking method, it can be high in fat and salt. The Chow Mei Fun recipe I developed […]