By Victor Chen, bostonese.com Boston, Sept. 6, 2019, — A good documentary film can bring a topic into focus by the public, and might also save a historical bookstore. On Tuesday this week, the Cambridge Public Library of Massachusetts invited Chinese international filmmaker and director Weiying Olivia Huang to hold a documentary film screening and […]
Malden, Mass., August 27, 2019, — Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the grand opening of MAP Family Learning Center located at 388 Pleasant St. Suite #304, across from the Beebe school. The afterschool program serves to provide students with supplemental high-quality Music, Art, and Programming (MAP) classes. Mayor Christenson(middle) cuts the ribbon at the grand […]
New York City, — On Monday, May 7, 2018, Radio City Music Hall hosted the 2018 Yale School of Visual Arts Commencement Exercises. Proud parents, elated students —1,180 graduates receiving degrees—and seas of red graduation gowns filled the beautiful Art Deco space on this glorious day. The centerpiece highlight, of course, was the keynote speech […]
June 12, 2019, — An attorney for Brendt Christensen, who is charged with kidnapping and killing Chinese visiting scholar Yingying Zhang in 2017, told a federal court judge in Illinois on today that Christensen has admitted killing Zhang.
Livingston, New Jersey, June 3, 2019, — Asian Coalition for Education (AACE) recently issued an official letter to Mr. David Coleman, CEO of College Board, urging the College Board to halt its hasty proposal of expanding the “S.A.T. Adversity Score” to 150 more colleges nationwide before conducting a thorough review with Asian American communities who has a […]
Thursday, May 23, 2019 To the Yale Community, In recent weeks, tensions in United States–China relations and increased scrutiny of academic exchanges have added to a sense of unease among many international students and scholars here at Yale and at universities across the country.
Washington, D.C., May 16, 2019, — Upon the invitation of Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE), Mr. Kenneth Marcus, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education for Civil Rights will be giving a featured speech on “Providing Equal Protection of the Laws to All American Children” in the First National Conference on Equal Education Rights, to be held on […]
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 […]
In 2019, CCCC offers multiple summer programs at two different campuses – Our Lady’s Academy (920 Trapelo Rd, Waltham) and CCCC Headquarters (425 Waverley Oaks Rd, Waltham). Campus: Our Lady’s Academy (920 Trapelo Rd, Waltham, MA) CCCC’s 24th Chinese Culture Summer Program at Our Lady’s Academy offers three two-week sessions (Jul. 8-19; Jul. 22-Aug. 2; […]