By David Li, bostonese.com Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) had its 24th annual Chinese New Year Banquet on March 2 at Empire Garden Restaurant. Over 600 guests who live in or work at Chinatown neighborhood enjoyed a wine and dim sum reception, children’s lion dance by Gund Kwok Cubs, and traditional Chinese New Year banquet.
By 80-20 Educational Foundation A historical moment has arrived. On February 21, 2012, the Supreme Court decided to review a pending lawsuit that challenges the prevalence use of strong racial preferences in college admission.
By Han Yan, translation by David Li Weather turned warm again when Boston ushered in one of the of the greatest classical guitarist Xuefei Yang. On March 9, Xuefei Yang’s solo recital was held in the First Lutheran Church of the Boston with over 300 music fans showing up. This recital was sponsored by the… Continue reading World-renowned Classic Guitarist Xuefei Yang Pays Visit to Boston
By David Li, bostonese.com with reference information from U.R.I. Department of Chemical Engineering website. Dr. Peng Wang, a 2004 PhD graduate from the Department of Chemical Engineering at Columbia University was involved in a fatal automobile accident on his way to work in Rhode Island on February 6, 2012. He was the husband of Ran… Continue reading Donation to Dr. Peng Wang’s Family Is Urged after Tragic Accident
By David Li, bostonese.com On Super Tuesday, March 6, of 2012, Dr. Weidong Wang becomes the first Chinese-American elected officer in town-wide elections in the historical Lexington Mass.
By David Li, bostonese.com Recently, in figure skating competition of the 2012 Bay State Games, 10-year-old Acton resident Irsi Zhao won the junior figure skating championship for the second year in a row. The winter games were held at Williams College, and attracted more than 500 contestants from New England. Iris Zhao (middle), second place… Continue reading Iris Zhao Defends Her Title at Bay State Games
In the afternoon of March 3, Distinguished physicist and Vice President of Peking University Enge Wang was the guest of honor at the 12th Boya Forum by Peking University Alumini Association of New England at Harvard University. The title of Prof. Wang’s talk is Physics in China: the Past and Next Decade.
By David Li, bostonese.com March 6 is the so-called Super Tuesday. In the local elections in the historic city of Lexington, MA, Dr. Weidong Wang will run for committee member of the Lexington Housing Authority, and become the first town-wide Chinese American candidate in Lexington’s long history. Voters of Massachusetts will also cast votes in… Continue reading On Super Tuesday, Weidong Wang becomes the first town-wide Chinese American candidate in Lexington