Beatrice Chao Lee (Chao Chung-Ying) was born in Nanjing, China. As a child, she lived with her military family in many cities in Mainland China until 1949, when her family moved to Taiwan where Beatrice finished high school. At the age of 19, Beatrice flew to America to attend the College of Mount St. Vincent in Riverdale, New York on a four year scholarship. On June 1, 1954 Beatrice received her B.A. in Social Studies with a minor in Fine Arts and two weeks later she married Raymond Lee, a chemical engineer from Shanghai whom she had dated for 3 years.
Beatrice Lee(middle) and Michelle Wu(left) at Chinese Golden Age Center in Brighton.
Boston, April 26, 2016, — Panelists and moderator of the Surging Waves Symposium had a get-acquainted lunch on April 24 at the New Golden Gate restaurant in Boston Chinatown. Esther Lee, president of CABA Boston Lodge greeted Tunney Lee, Beatrice Lee, Lisa Wong, Diana Hwang and other panelists for the Symposium to be held at the Tsai Auditorium of Harvard Fairbanks Center on 1730 Cambridge St. this Saturday.
Boston, April 15, 2016, — Peng Liqi, a senior female executive from popular Chinese recruitment agency Liepin, delivered a talk at the 19th Harvard China Forum in Boston to share her stories and opinions on female leadership.
Peng（right) answers questions from the audience (photos by Yuan Wang).
By Yuan Wang, bostonese.com
Founded in 1998, Harvard China Forum is the leading student organized China conference in the world. For nineteen years, the Forum has provided an unrivaled platform for world leaders to debate and address issues that impact the future of China.
Organizers of Liepin N.A. job fair at this year’s Harvard China Forum(photos by Yuan Wang, bostonese.com).
April 6, 2016, Boston, — Bio-IT World announced the winners of the 2016 Best Practices Awards this morning at the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo. Entries from AstraZeneca, DNAnexus, Amgen, Human Longevity, and XOMA were honored.
Boston, Jan. 25, 2016, — Despite of a ongoing snowstorm, over 100 people showed up at NECINA’s Career Conference held at Harvard Pilgrim office in Wellesley Saturday afternoon. If you have missed this event, you can still browser through available jobs at jobs.necina.org.
Picture from NECINA’s career conference on Jan. 23, 2016.
Wuzhen, China, Dec. 17, 2015 (source: China Daily, Cao Yin) — A very small office near the Sixth Ring Road in Beijing houses a very big dream, one that’s shared by thousands of Internet security enthusiasts across China.
Internet security enthusiasts participate in a session related to the prevention of telecommunications fraud during a forum organized by Wooyun, China’s largest online “white-hat” hacker community, held in Beijing in July. (Photo/China Daily)
By Victor Chen, bostonese.com
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 22, 2015, — Dr. Tea, founder of Mylovetea.com, was recently invited to speak at the Harvard Chinese Culture Workshop at Harvard Yenching Library by moderator Ms. Phong Chang. The topic of Dr. Tea`s lecture was Bohea Tea: The Bridge of World History. One of the most interesting facts from this lecture was that the Bohea Tea was the tea that historical Boston Tea Party Tea dumped into Boston Harbor and the tea was greatly favored by Presidents like Jefferson and Nixon. Dr. Team also listed other interesting facts that reveal the extraordinary role Bohea Tea has played in world history, including the American Revolution.
(middle)Ms. Phong Chang and Dr. Tea at the lecture(photos provided to bostonese.com).
By Menlei Han, bostonese.com
Boston, Nov. 10, 2015, — Chinese History Society of New England(CHSNE) held it annual meeting and dinner banquet at Empire Garden restaurant Friday evening. The theme of this year’s annual meeting is Impact of 1965: Immigration Law and Chinese in Boston. About 200 CHSNE members and guests attended the annual meeting.
Sherry Dong hands the Sojourner Award to Arthur Wong and Gary Libby with CHSNE board members(photos by Menglei Han).
By Xue Zhaofeng , speech at US-China Hi-Tech Summit, Boston 2015
I’m pleased to give some remarks on behalf of Peking University Business School’s (BiMBA) “Modular Innovation and China’s Opportunities” delegation. Our members are mostly from the EMBA alumni of Peking University Business School (BIMBA). All of them are excellent leaders from the investment and industry fields. Our trip to the United States is to search for the origins of innovation, and to explore new technologies, new business models, and new business opportunities.
Deepen US-China Cooperation Cooperation and Create a Bright Future for High-tech Industries
Speech at the US-China Hi-Tech Summit
By Ming Yi, Deputy Director of Guangzhou Industry and Information Technology Commission
Translated by Menglai Han, Anna Tse
Respectful guests, ladies and gentlemen, friends:
I’m very pleased to attend the US-China Hi-Tech Summit, and I enjoy meeting with you to strengthen our friendship, deepen our cooperation and seek common development. Firstly, on behalf of the Guangzhou city government, I want to express my sincere thankfulness to Haiyin Capital! I also want to give everybody warm welcome and good wishes!
Mr. Ming Yi (right) and translator Anna Tse at US-China Hi-Tech Summit, Boston 2015(photo by Menglei Han).
By Xinming Li, bostonese.com
Burlington, Mass., Oct. 7, 2015, — The inaugural US-China Hi-Tech was held at Boston Marriott Burlington this morning. Close to 80 government officials, scholars and entrepreneurs from both US and China attended this summit. This summit is organized by Haiyin Capital, and co-organized by Boston Bilingual Media & Publishing Inc. Delegations from Beijing and Guangzhou, China were welcomed by Nam Pham, Assistant Secretary of Business Development and International Trade, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing & and Economic Development.
Economist Ms. Xiaolei Zuo (right) speaks about the Guangzhou model at the summit with interpreter Anna Tse(left), photos by Menglei Han, bostonese.com.
Xiamen, China, Sept. 17, 2015, — Around 100,000 businessmen and 4,000 enterprises from 105 countries and regions took part in the 2015 China International Fair for Investment & Trade(CIFIT).
In the four days from Sept 8 to 11, the fair, held in Xiamen, Fujian province staged 1,000 matchmaking events, presented 30,000 projects, 300 business events and 100 themed workshops.
Jack Ma Addressed at 2015 International Investment Forum.
Salt Lake City, Sept. 12, 2015, — The Student Entrepreneur Conference at University Utah is a statewide, student entrepreneur conference managed by the Utah Entrepreneur Series, a division of the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute and the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. Online registration is open at: umarket.utah.edu/um2/plec/product.php?product=5
Boston, August 22, 2015, — The evening banquet of the 25th national convention of Wong Family association was held at Empire Garden restaurant in Boston Chinatown this evening. Mrs. Madeline C. Wong，a well-known working woman pioneer in the state, attended the banquet along with over 500 members and guests of the Wong Family Association. Today is also Mrs. Wong’s birthday.
Madeline Wong with her son, State Rep. Donald Wong and her daughter Linda (photo by David Li).
Boston, June 5, 2015, — The annual conference of NECINA will be held on June 13 at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, 93 Worcester St., Wellesley, MA 02481. This year’s conference will provide attendees with insight into the great opportunities provided in healthcare by sharing the expertise of leaders in investment, technology research, development and implementation, how to navigate the new laws and policies affecting the sector, and how to advance your career effectively with the best practices in business leadership.
NECINA President Ben Tao speaks at NECINA annual conference in June 2014(file photo).