Xiamen Delegation Pitches Double Hundreds Talent Program at MIT

By David Li, bostonese.com Cambridge, Mass. – Xiamen is a beautiful city with growing economic power on the west side of the Taiwan Strait. In the evening of May 27, the Xiamen Municipal Government delegation successfully held Overseas Talents Forum and Double Hundreds Talent Program promotion conference at MIT Faculty Club. Chen Qiuxiong delivers the […]

Focal Chinese Music To Re-Open Melrose’s 116-year-old Corinthian Hall

MELROSE, MA – Starting June 10, 2012, Focal Chinese Music Corp. (FCM), a music education and performing arts company will re-open and manage Melrose’s 116-year-old Corinthian Hall. Currently owned by Melrosian Stephen Longmuir, Corinthian Hall, with its 1900s interior preserved and restored, will serve as FCM’s headquarters. Photo credit: Elaine_Foley(cafechatelaine.blogspot.com), Scott Levine (thestudiosl.com).

SAPA-NE’s 2012 Annual Conference Attracts Innovators in Biopharma, Entrepreneurs from China

By David Li, bostonese.com The 14th Sino-American Pharmaceutical Professionals Association New England (SAPA-NE) Annual Conference will take place in MIT Sloan School of Management and Walker Memorial Morss Hall at MIT on June 16, 2012 (8.00 am -5.30 pm). A delegation of 100 entrepreneurs from China will join the afternoon talent recruitment event, and provide […]

GBAAYSO To Present The Bufferfly Lover Concert at Lexington High on June 16

By David Li, bostonese.com After the first public concert at National Heritage Museum in Lexington, Mass. in December 2011, the Asian Cultural Center Greater Boston Asian-American Youth Symphony Orchestra (GBAAYSO) has been active in local communities. A number of charity concerts have been presented by GBAAYSO at senior centers and other venues in Lexington and […]

The Central Conservatory of Music Chorus, Beijing To Perform at Harvard Sanders Theatre

中華表演藝術基金會  Foundation For Chinese Performing Arts   3 Partridge Lane, Lincoln, MA 01773, Tel: (781) 259-8195     Friday, June 22, 2012, 8pm Harvard Sanders Theatre The Central Conservatory of Music Chorus, Beijing 中央音樂學院合唱團   Admission is FREE Suggested donation $10 per person at door   The Central Conservatory of Music Chorus is invited to the Inaugural Yale International […]

Modeled After Boston, Nanjing’s Economic Development Focuses on High Tech Industries

By David Li, bostonese.com Cambridge, Mass. – Nanjing, which means “capital in the South” in Chinese, is a major city in Eastern China. In the evening of May 25, Nanjing Economic and Trade Delegation consisted of 50 government officials and business leaders successfully held the Nanjing Overseas Talent Entrepreneurship Forum and Nanjing 321 Plan Promotion […]

NECINA 2012 Annual Meeting To Help Raise Your Business and Career to a New Height

By David Li, bostonese.com New England Chinese Information and Networking Association (NECINA) will hold its 2012 annual meeting on June 2 at Radisson Hotel in Chelmsford, Mass. The year’s annual meeting features exceptional experts in the IT field, and provides great networking oppertunities for its attendees. According to the announcement email,  NECINA is committed to […]

MIT Dedicated Monumental Sculpture by Internationally Renowned Artist Cai Guo-Qiang

By David Li, bostonese.com Cambridge – In the evening of May 10, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) dedicated Ring Stone (2010) by internationally renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang in front of the new Sloan building at 100 Main Street. The monumental white granite sculpture is the artist’s first public work of art for a university […]

Michael Wong Among Volunteers of the Year at Boston Main Streets’ 16th Annual Awards Ceremony

By David Li, bostonese.com Boston – Mayor Thomas M. Menino, together with Department of Neighborhood Development Director Evelyn Friedman, WPLM Easy 99.1’s “Strictly Sinatra” host Ron Della Chiesa, and the Boston Latin School Wolftones presented awards at the Boston Main Streets (BMS) 16th Annual Awards Ceremony, which took place at the majestic Strand Theatre in […]

Tufts University Unveils Plans for New Medical Research Laboratory to Focus on Tuberculosis

BOSTON – Tufts University today announced that it will seek approval from the Boston Public Health Commission to build a 1,700 square foot biosafety level 3 research laboratory within its School of Medicine’s existing Biomedical Research and Public Health Building at 136 Harrison Avenue. The Arnold 8 Biosafety Laboratory will enable Tufts researchers to find […]