2012 Boston Marathon Runners Battle High Temperatures

David Li, bostonese.com The 116th running of Boston Marathon started on schedule despite unusual high temperatures on this Patriot’s Day of 2012. A pair of runners from Kenya Sharop Cherop and Wesley Korir won the women’s and men’s titles. Kenya runners dominated this year’s race, and took top three finishes in both woment’s and men’s […]

No Look Pass – A Sure Hit in Its Boston Premiere at Brattle Theatre

By David Li, bostonese.com In the evening of March 24, documentary film No Look Pass had its Boston area premiere at Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square. About 300 people, including many current and former Harvard Women’s Basketball team members, were on hand to welcome back director Melissa Johnson, a former lady Crimson.

Nanjing Univesity Boston Alumini Welcomed 15 Professors from Alma Mater

By David Li, translation by Xing Xing Fifteen professors from Nanjing University (NJU) attended the 2012 American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting held in Boston. These professors were mostly from the School of Physics, showing the strength in the physics field of this prestigious university. This year, NJU will celebrate its 110-year anniversary from the […]

Ying Wu’s Vocal Classes Celebrated Year of Dragon with Beautiful Songs

By David Li, translation by Jun Yang On the afternoon and evening of January 28, Ying Wu’s vocal classes held a Chinese New Year’s concert in Hancock United Church of Christ in Lexington, Mass. As a special guest, Kristy Lee, New England’s only 24-hour news TV station NECN’s morning news anchor, hosted the concert. The […]

“Spring, its softness is disarming and its light comforting” – A Painter’s Note In Spring and Selected Paintings

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 […]