My Father’s Soccer Jerseys

By Chase Richter, Student in the Advanced Chinese Class, Boston College I slowly looked through my childhood closet. I saw old toys, old books and childhood clothes, but I was only looking for a comfortable T-shirt. Suddenly I saw a bunch of soccer jerseys, and in that moment I remembered an important part of my […]

Studying at M.I.T. During WWII

(Note: Prof. Lee graduated from Tsinghua University in 1940. Tsinghua University was relocated to Kunming in Southern China after Japanese troops started full-scale invasion to China on July 7, 1937. In the summer of 1942, he flow from Kunming to India with the help of the Flying Tigers, and then took a long boat ride […]

CY Leung: Hong Kong Is “Your Super-connector to China”

By CY Leung, Chief Executive of Hong Kong (Mr. C Y Leung delivered this speech at a luncheon in Cambridge, Mass., hosted by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York on May 5, 2015. Representative of attended this luncheon.) Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, colleagues, Good afternoon. I’m very pleased to be […]

A Great SAT Essay Is Like A Great Piece of Music?

By Neil Chyten, founder of The Chyten Center “If you do not breathe through writing, if you do not cry out in writing, or sing in writing, then don’t write, because our culture has no use for it.” — Author Anais Nin Writing great essays is not a lost art form. It is often, however, […]