Boston, Sept. 18, 2021, — State Senator Sonia Chang-Díaz endorsed Michelle Wu for Mayor today, growing Wu’s coalition days after the preliminary election. Senator Chang-Díaz cited Wu’s leadership, vision and ability to partner with all levels of government.
September 1, 2021, Boston – Candidate for Mayor John Barros today released a statement in reaction to the closure of the comfort station and unacceptable inaction to address the concurrent crises at Mass & Cass by the Acting Mayor.
Boston, Nov. 2, 2018, — United Nations Strategist, Shaoyu Yuan spoke during a conference at Northeastern University recently. Yuan received his B.A from Centre College, and currently pursuing his Master’s. He is conducting researches for the Institute of East Asian Studies, also serving as a consultant in World Art Center. Yuan talked about how there… Continue reading Shaoyu Yuan: “We are still living under fascism”
By Olivia Bornstein, bostonese.com Boston, June 20, 2018, — There will soon be new rules surrounding nightly rentals in Boston. You might have heard this on radio as Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu spoke about her support for these new rules on local radio stations. On June 13, the Boston City Council voted 11 to… Continue reading Interview with Michelle Wu on Boston City Council’s Short-term Rental Ordinance
By Cindy Sibilsky “Spirit” refers to the invisible force that animates and breathes life into a person, feeling or object. The spirit of something or someone is its absolute essence in the purest form. Chinese-born choreographer Nuo An, along with her New York-based company and foundation, seek to tap into that unseen quality and portray… Continue reading Interview with Nuo An, Founder of Spiritual Dance
By Xinming Li, bostonese.com Newton, Mass., June 10, 2015, — If you are in the same business for over 30 years, you probably think there is not much new material to be excited about. This is certainly not the case for Mr. Neil Chyten, who founded Chyten Educational Services in 1984. Author of many SAT/ACT… Continue reading “The SAT Guy” Neil Chyten Talks About the New SAT and the Common Core
Salt Lake City, June 6, 2014, — As 2014 World Cup is just seven days away, soccer is in focus by tens of millions of players and fans around the world. Cam Cameron grew up in Ann Arbor Michigan as the youngest of seven children and fell in love with soccer from an early age.… Continue reading University of Utah MBA Grad Starts Just Play Cleats
Beijing, China, May 22, 2014 (from pku.edu.cn) — There are ten Chinese scientists who have been elected Member of National Academy of Sciences (NAS) of the United States with higher education background in Mainland China, according to preliminary estimates in 2014. Only three of these ten are women. Professor Chen Xuemei, an outstanding Peking University… Continue reading Chen Xuemei: Female Students of Life Sciences Need More Encouragement
By Tong Chen, bostonese.com Boston, May 15, 2014, —- My first ever handshake with an Olympic Champion came after 30-minute car ride from Boston to Stoneham. Kayla Harrison was practicing judo with her coach Jimmy Pedro at the dojo. She easily carried Pedro on the back and threw him down like handling a little boy… Continue reading Kayla Harrison — How An Olympic Champion Is Busy Changing the World
By David Li, bostonese.com Cambridge, Mass., April 19, 2013, — In a recent interview on CBS evening news, 26-year-old Chinese immigrant Danny told his ordeal a year ago when his car was hijacked by Tsarnaev brothers at gun point on April 18, 2013. The gun was likely to be taken from MIT police officer Sean… Continue reading Key to Solving Marathon Bombings, Chinese Immigrant Danny Featured on CBS Evening News