Hong Kong, Nov. 8, 2019, — On Oct. 14, the Hong Kong law society dropped huge news that Edwin Choy Wai-Bond, former chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association and a certified Senior Counsel, resigned from the bar association. He reprimanded the “shameful silence” the bar association had for rioters’ act of violence. He believes […]
By Victor Chen, bostonese.com Boston, Sept. 6, 2019, — A good documentary film can bring a topic into focus by the public, and might also save a historical bookstore. On Tuesday this week, the Cambridge Public Library of Massachusetts invited Chinese international filmmaker and director Weiying Olivia Huang to hold a documentary film screening and […]
Boston, June 23, 2019, — A photo exhibition marking the 40th Anniversary of US-China diplomatic relations opened this afternoon in Boston Common. State Senator Joe Bencore, Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn, Deputy Consul General Qiu Jian of Chinese Consulate in New Year and hundreds of guests attended the opening ceremony.
(Note: Misa Kuranaga, 倉永美沙, is a Japanese ballerina at the Boston Ballet. Before joining Boston Ballet in 2003 she was a member of the San Francisco Ballet. In Boston she was promoted to soloist in 2005 and to principal dancer in 2009.) By Beatrice Lee, columnist of bostonese.com Misa is leaving Boston Ballet after many […]
Feb. 27, 2017, Cambridge, Mass., — Current and former Chinese and Latino Happy Lamb Hot Pot workers held a rally in front of the Cambridge restaurant today. They protested against pervasive wage theft, retaliation, and abuse they have experienced since working at the popular restaurant chain.
By Andrew Yang, Candidate for US President, Feb. 22, 2019 I spent this past weekend in Washington, DC, and Baltimore for President’s Day. We had a rally in Baltimore on Monday that drew a couple hundred enthusiastic supporters at Charm City Meadery. It was a blast. I bought some honeyed mead to take home, which […]
By Xinming Li, bostonese.com Lexington, Mass., Feb, 15, 2019, — Chinese American Association Association of Lexington (CAAL) held Chinese New Year celebration at Battin Memorial Hall on Feb, 10. It was the sixth day of the Chinese New Year of Pig which started on Feb 5. Over 700 people showed up for the celebration. Dragon […]
By Xiaorong Yan, bostonese.com Cambridge, Mass., Feb, 11, 2019, — The annual opera performance of Longy School of Music of Bard College, which have long enjoyed a good reputation in the music circle, was successfully staged on Feb. 2 and Feb. 3. This year, The school elaborately selected the masterpiece of Hungarian composer Emmerich Kalman: […]
By Xinming Li, bostonese.com Boston, Jan. 22, 2019, — As the Spring semester starts for local colleges this week, UMass Boston has closed its Confucius Institute, which boasts of a history of 12 years. The news resonated strongly on campus and in the community. Professors, staff, students and members of the community expressed deep regret […]
By Xinming Li, bostonese.com Boston, Jan. 18, 2019, — In less then two years after arriving in the United States in 2017, Chinese dancer and choreographer Yaqi Wu has gained more and more recognition from dance critics and audiences in Boston and New York. Her original dance work “Fountainhead” has won three important awards, including […]