Cai and Team Encore Win Theatre On Ice International Championship

Boston, May 1, 2019, — Grace KelsangMetog Cai and her Encore team just won 2019 Theatre On Ice International Championship in Epinal, France on April 27, 2019. Grace and her teammates were very proud when they saw American flag rising with the Star Spangled Banner at the award ceremony. Grace KelsangMetog Cai is straight A […]

Beyond Identity: The Taiwan Film Festival Searches for Dialogue

Boston, April 17, 2019, — The inaugural Taiwan Film Festival will be held on Memorial Day weekend, May 26-27 2019, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The festival is organized by a group of Taiwan movie lovers from different backgrounds, and aims to offer a platform for sharing an authentic cinematic experience of newly released […]

FCC: Chinese Americans Targeted in Consulate Phone Scam

April 12, 2019, –The FCC has recently received numerous consumer complaints about scammers trying to steal money or personal information by posing as Chinese consulate employees. People with Chinese last names have been targeted, along with random consumers in areas with large Chinese communities, according to multiple news reports. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai (file photo).

The Power of Down to Earth / 接地氣的力量

The Power of Down to Earth — They Talk the Talk, I Walk the Walk 接地氣的力量:他們光說不練,我腳踏實地 Speech by Mayor Han Kuo-yu at Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies 韓國瑜市長在哈佛大學費正清中國研究中心的演講 Good afternoon, Director Szonyi, Director Goldstein, ladies and gentlemen, this is my greatest honor and pleasure to be here today and to begin with, I would like […]

Asian American Commission Announces Awardees for the 13th Annual Unity Dinner

BOSTON – The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Asian American Commission (AAC) 13th Annual Unity Dinner will be held on Friday, May 3 at Crowne Plaza Boston – Woburn at 7 PM preceded by a networking reception with appetizers, cash bar, and silent auction starting at 6 PM. Proceeds will be used to support, expand, and strengthen […]

Celebrating Golden Spike 150th Anniversary, US-China Summit to be Held in May

On May 10, 1869 in Promontory, Utah, the first transcontinental railroad across North America officially opened for through traffic with the driving in of the last “Golden Spike”. Over 600 miles of the most hazardous part of the Central Pacific route was mainly built by more than 12,000 Chinese workers, the majority of whom were […]