By Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang At the Boston Public Schools, we believe that our budget is a values statement, reflecting our commitment to creating the best schools for all our students. Through the BPS budget, we prioritize investing in every individual learner throughout their academic career. We must ensure that all students —… Continue reading The FY19 BPS Budget: Investing in Our Students to Provide a Better Education for All
(Mr. Davis Woo passed away on Sept. 18, 2017 at age 86. A memorial service was held in Boston on Sept. 28.) 2011 CHSNE Sojourner Awards Recipient Davis Woo By Sherry Dong, for CHSNE Chronicle Fall 2011 Vol. 17, No. 1 By almost any measure, Davis Woo, 80, is an accomplished man. He earned a… Continue reading Boston Chinatown Remembers Davis Woo
Protest against MA House Bill H3361 in Boston Common.
By Larry Ho, co-founder of 80-20 Political Action Committee Having lived in the US for over 68 years since 1950, being a co-founder of 80-20 (the Asian American Political Action Organization), and participated in various past federal, state and local election campaigns, I am now at a point in life that I am retired from… Continue reading Political Reality of Being a Minority in America
By Hua Hai, alumnae of Xiangya Medical College We graduated from a historically well-known medical school, where we made great efforts in studying modern medical sciences and clinical diagnostic/treatment skills. Naturally, once we made decision to practice medicine in the USA, every single one of our alumni would aim at the Western medicine path. And… Continue reading Life in Alternative Medicine in the USA
Dec. 23, 2016 On behalf of the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement, we would like to wish everyone a holiday season filled with joy and peace. This has been a difficult year for our communities and we are committed as a Department and as a City Government to continue to protect, support, and engage our… Continue reading Season’s Greetings from the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement!
By Huichun Xu, MD, PhD Introduction As a doctor or biomedical researcher, you may already know the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the largest funding source for biomedical research in the world. NIH is a USA federal medical research agency, providing funding not only for thousands of scientists in universities and research institutions in the… Continue reading Intramural Training Opportunity at National Institutes of Health
With our eyes on the future Nov. 9, 2016 To the members of the MIT community, Today, we learned that we will have a new administration in Washington that promises a great deal of change. Within the global MIT community – more than 26,000 of us here in Cambridge and at Lincoln Lab, and 134,000… Continue reading President Reif’s Letter to MIT Community
(Yukong Zhao, a Chinese-American bilingual author, is the president of Asian American Coalition for Education. He recently founded yukongpost.com to promote critical thinking and balanced perspectives. bostonese.com is the only media outlet that Mr. Zhao granted permission to publish both English and Chinese versions of this important article on 2016 presidential election.) By Yukong Zhao,… Continue reading Why Asian Americans Should Vote, and Vote Wisely?
By Mark Liu With the election of the next U.S. President coming November 8th, voters will be faced with an important decision about the direction of our country. While there has been much coverage in the Chinese newspapers of the two main candidates, Hillary Clinton of the Democratic Party and Donald Trump of the Republican… Continue reading History of White Supremacy and Donald Trump