By Sophia Yee, painter and poet Spring allows me to express myself fully and freely in a dynamic movement of colors,shapes, lines, light and shadows and to capture the essence of the moment and perhaps the light and shadow that raises me from a sinking mood and a dead spirit. Spring speaks in a unique […]
By David Li, translation by Tielong Xie In the afternoon of January 16, Martin Luther King’s alma mater Boston University (BU) held the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Day celebration in MacDermid Kraft Metcalf Hall. Over 1000 BU students, faculty and the community activists, attended the commemoration.
By David Li, bostonese.com An afternoon planned for running on the soccer field, was turned into handshakes with Olympic champions in a hockey arena, and a news report on the front page. Zhao Hongbo and Shen Xue wish the best of our readers at Harvard ice hockey arena(photo by David Li).
By Sophia Yee, painter and poet I traveled to my hometown Hangzhou, China again in October until December last year. I wrote more poems this time about the West Lake, I took a lot of photos of the lake and did some sketches for my new paintings.
By David Li, bostonese.com Chinese people have particular affection for the Year of the Dragon. As the only imaginary animal in the 12 zodiacs, the dragon totem symbolizes the Chinese people’s indomitable spirit and courage. In the evening of February 19, 2012, 300 dancers from Angel Dance Company and other friendly dance groups presented a […]
By David Li, bostonese.com In the afternoon and evening of January 28, the 2012 New England Chinese professionals’ Chinese New Year Gala and Community Forums were held in the Sheraton Hotel in Framingham, MA. More than 500 medical, IT, finance and accounting, legal, education and scientific research Chinese professionals, entrepreneurs and distinguished guests attended the […]