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 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 […]
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, translated by Alice Liu In June 2011, I visited the Oak Meadow Montessori School which is located in the town of Littleton, MA. Although locals from the town know the school very well, they may not be familiar with the history behind it. Dr. Maria Montessori was a distinguished Italian doctor and […]
By David Li, bostonese.com There was another Lin working hard at Harvard’s Boston Children’s Hospital when Jeremy Lin was playing basketball for Harvard. In December 2011, journal Science published a long research paper titled Npas4 Regulates a Transcriptional Program in CA3 Required for Contextual Memory Formation, which revealed the key controlling factor of the Npas4 […]
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 […]
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 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 […]
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 […]