Applications for our “virtual” Spring 2022 Session are now available! Congratulations to Our Winter 2022 Seminar Class! Our historic, first All-Women class in Seminar history Check out one of our most unique and remarkable graduations ever thanks to our incredible class and Graduation Speaker, Senator Lydia Edwards Watch our Winter 2022 Graduation HERE Leverett Wing Featured in the… Continue reading Apply Now for Commonwealth Seminar Spring 2022 Session
Register Now: 2022 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston
Boston, April 9, 2022, — Only two weeks after the 126th running of Boston Marathon on April 18, the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo will be held at Hynes Convention Center on May 3 to 5. Please secure your place early at https://www.bio-itworldexpo.com/ Exhibition hall of 2016 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo (file photo)
Rep. Ayanna Pressley Participates in Historic Hearing on Medicare for All
WASHINGTON, March 29, 2022 – Today, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), a member of the House Oversight Committee, participated in the committee’s hearing on universal healthcare coverage, a historic moment and momentum for the Medicare For All Movement.
Mayor Wu Attends the First Large Banquet since the Pandemic @BostonChinatown
Feb. 25, 2022, — Boston Chinatown Business Association(CBA)held the Chinese New Year banquet on March 23, 2022 at Empire Garden restaurant. Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, Boston City Council President Ed Flynn, State Rep Aaron Michlewitz and other government officials attended this banquet along with 400 guests. This is the first large gathering in Boston Chinatown… Continue reading Mayor Wu Attends the First Large Banquet since the Pandemic @BostonChinatown
Omicron Variant Poses Challenges to Global COVID Containment
【Dahai Zhao, a doctoral supervisor at SJTU School of International and Public Affairs, the Executive Director of YALE-SJTU Joint Research Center for Health Policy, has been interviewed by CGYN for the 66th time (112 times by CGTN / Shanghai TV altogether) since the COVID-19 pandemic. When interviewed by CHEN Tong, a journalist of CGTN Shanghai,… Continue reading Omicron Variant Poses Challenges to Global COVID Containment
Stilwell and China: A Hundred Years of Faith and Friendship
Few Americans and Chinese today know the fame, glory and controversies of General Stilwell, who served as the Chief of Staff of Allied Forces in the China-Burma-India Theatre. As one of the most important yet controversial figures of WWII, General Stilwell left an intriguing legacy for historians to study and scrutinize. This essay, neither a… Continue reading Stilwell and China: A Hundred Years of Faith and Friendship
IRS to Provide Face-to-Face Help on March 12
The IRS will open many of its Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TACs) on the second Saturday of each month in February through May 2022 to offer in-person help.
RSM Issues Statement on the Russian Military Invasion of Ukraine
The last few days have been horrifying and difficult for all of us. We know many of you have questions, and we wanted to make our position, and our history, very clear: We stand with the Ukrainian people against Putin, his regime, and the Russian military invasion of Ukraine.
The 2nd Annual Greater Boston Lunar New Year Rolling Parade on Feb 27, 2022
Feb. 25, 2022, Boston, — C.A.C.A. Boston Lodge and the Chinese American Heritage Foundation are sponsoring the 2nd Annual Greater Boston Lunar New Year Rolling Parade this coming Sunday. Vehicles will assemble along Surface Road between Beach Street and Essex Street starting at 12:00 noon. Massachusetts State Police will be on hand to direct traffic… Continue reading The 2nd Annual Greater Boston Lunar New Year Rolling Parade on Feb 27, 2022
UCA Applauds Demise of DOJ’s China Initiative
By United Chinese Americans (UCA) We at UCA are not only relieved, but encouraged to see the first positive step the DOJ has taken to end the flawed and controversial “China Initiative.”