Dear Friend, Today is a special time to come together, as families and communities, to deepen our connection to one another, and to give back to those in need. This morning Lorrie and I will continue our annual tradition of volunteering with local shelters before spending time with our families. It’s heartwarming to see so […]
1919年波士顿北端（North End）发生的蜜糖储存罐大爆炸，直接造成了21人当场死亡，150余人身受重伤。这场发生在100年前的特殊灾难，现在回想起来，当地人仍然心有余悸。甚至事件结束后，当地政府还在现场，安插了一个牌子，记录了这场惨烈的灾难。 1919年1月15日的下午，风和日丽，温度也十分反常地升高了十几度。在波士顿市区，突然一股巨大的蜜糖袭向人们。据后来专业人士调查，这股巨大的蜜糖，足足有14000多吨，高度有7、8米之高，远看就像是海啸一般。
BY Jie Loya, EMS You’d see this phenomenon in prison. A guy in H-Unit would get beat down real bad with a heavy weight belt and get sent to the hospital with eye damage and missing teeth. Author Joe Loya.
By Andrew Yang, Candidate for US President, Feb. 22, 2019 I spent this past weekend in Washington, DC, and Baltimore for President’s Day. We had a rally in Baltimore on Monday that drew a couple hundred enthusiastic supporters at Charm City Meadery. It was a blast. I bought some honeyed mead to take home, which […]
By Dr. Tom Chung I am a Patriots fan, starting from the 1980s when they were a door mat in the NFL! I watched the recent AFC Championship game admiring the strategy especially in the second half! Whereas keeping the Kansas Chiefs scoreless in the first half was a master piece, the Patriots’ confidence in […]
By Zhirui Xiong, International School of the Sacred Heart of Tokyo In Japan, I’m “despicable Chinese.” In China, my home country, I’m “little Japanese.” I’ve faced different kinds of discrimination.
(In the evening of Dec. 7, 2018, Dan Koh delivered keynote speech at annual fundraising banquet Harry H. Dow Memorial Legal Assistance Fund in Boston Chinatown.) To the Board, to Geoff, to all of you — thank you for having me today. It’s an honor. Before I begin I just wanted to recognize my incredible […]
Speech by Wang Tong, Dean of China Development Research Institute Harvard Law School, August 7, 2018 Ladies and gentlemen, dear friends, Good evening It’s a honor to meet you all here at Harvard University to exchange our ideas and discuss about meaningful topics. Being part of a think tank, lately I received the same question […]
By United Chinese Americans Washington, DC, August 9, 2018, — United Chinese Americans (UCA), a leading federation of Chinese American organizations across the country, is greatly disturbed by multiple news reports that, at a private dinner with corporate executives in New Jersey on August 7, President Donald Trump spoke in alarming terms about Chinese students […]
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 […]