Boston Asian American Film Festival (BAAFF) empowers Asian Americans through film by showcasing Asian American experiences and serving as a resource to filmmakers and the Greater Boston Community. BAAFF is a production of the Asian American Resource Workshop. BAAFF builds on 35-years of AARW supporting the Asian American Community through film,
By Hillary Clinton Friend — Like so many people across America, I have been following the news of the past few days with horror and grief.
By Anna Zhou Good evening. I am incredibly honored to be here with you. Thank you so much to the SinoAmerican Pharmaceutical Professionals Association New England (SAPA-NE) for selecting me as a recipient of your scholarship.
By Chun-Fai Chan (Mr. Chan was a Chinese-American former educator in Boston and is now graduate student in the Master’s of Public Administration program at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.) Dear Chinese Americans, We Need to Have a Talk About Race in America. The recent Chinese American protests in support of Officer […]
Thank you, Matt [Kiefer], thank you Sam [Tyler]. Thank you everyone for supporting the Municipal Research Bureau. I’d also like to thank Bob Gallery for his service as the Chair of the Boston Public Library Board of Trustees, as well as new trustee Cheryl Cronin. And I’d like to introduce some new team leaders in […]
By Na Ma, Ohio University Pride and Prejudice (2005), as one of the famous Heritage films, tells the story of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet’s five unmarried daughters after Mr. Bingley and his friend, Mr. Darcy have moved into their neighborhood. Bingley soon falls in love with the eldest daughter, Jane Bennet, while Darcy and the […]
By Na Ma, Ohio Univeristy The forms and institutions of mainstream British cinema have a hegemonic function. In fact, British Cinema is generally considered to have successfully shaped “the national life” and achieved a “high degree of consensus” (Adamthwaite 288). This significant element undoubtedly characterizes British society and contributed to the remarkable stability of British […]
By S. B. Woo, President, 80-20 Educational Foundation Introduction: 80-20 Initiative, the Asian American political action committee, isdevoted to advance civil rights of Asian Americans http://www.80-20initiative.net/andhttp://blog.sciencenet.cn/home.php?mod=space&uid=1565&do=blog&id=471528(see the second half of the article) CA Assemblyman Ted Liew, speaking at our 2008 Endorsement Convention
By Xue Zhaofeng , speech at US-China Hi-Tech Summit, Boston 2015 I’m pleased to give some remarks on behalf of Peking University Business School’s (BiMBA) “Modular Innovation and China’s Opportunities” delegation. Our members are mostly from the EMBA alumni of Peking University Business School (BIMBA). All of them are excellent leaders from the investment and […]
By Xujun Eberlein Nearly two years ago, when I translated Yang Jisheng’s response to Dikötter’s strange comments on Tombstone, I said I was intensely interested to find out whether Mao really said “It is better to let half of the people die so that the other half can eat their fill,” and if he did, […]