By Tom Gee，Translated by Nancy Lamb Fray 羊 城 秋 思 一 九 八 五 穆 穆 黄 花 墓，巍 巍 镇 海 楼。 云 涛 生 碧 树，船 舰 断 江 流。 城 廓 变 今 古，人 民 有 乐 忧 ， 一 轮 珠 海 月，几 度 汉 时 秋。 Thoughts of Guangzhou […]
By A Proud Father I took most of these pictures of my daughter Yuanyuan on June 4. She was just 40-day-old, and woke up for longer duration now. The three pictures of her foot were shot in the hospital when she was just days old.
By Mingwei Li, photographer Lotus flower has a special place in Chinese culture. An old Chinese saying states “it may have come from muddy water, but the lotus flower is so beautiful and pure.” It’s also one of the holiest symbols in Buddhism. I took these pictures in a small pond north of Boston in […]
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 […]
By Lin Kong, Master of Nutrition Science, Dietetic Intern (from linjoyfulbite.wordpress.com ) 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 […]