MELROSE, MA – Starting June 10, 2012, Focal Chinese Music Corp. (FCM), a music education and performing arts company will re-open and manage Melrose’s 116-year-old Corinthian Hall. Currently owned by Melrosian Stephen Longmuir, Corinthian Hall, with its 1900s interior preserved and restored, will serve as FCM’s headquarters. Photo credit: Elaine_Foley(cafechatelaine.blogspot.com), Scott Levine (thestudiosl.com).
By David Li, bostonese.com Cambridge – In the evening of May 10, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) dedicated Ring Stone (2010) by internationally renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang in front of the new Sloan building at 100 Main Street. The monumental white granite sculpture is the artist’s first public work of art for a university […]
BOSTON – Tufts University today announced that it will seek approval from the Boston Public Health Commission to build a 1,700 square foot biosafety level 3 research laboratory within its School of Medicine’s existing Biomedical Research and Public Health Building at 136 Harrison Avenue. The Arnold 8 Biosafety Laboratory will enable Tufts researchers to find […]
FALL RIVER – Wednesday, May 16, 2012 – Governor Deval Patrick today broke ground on the $28 million Massachusetts Accelerator for Biomanufacturing (MAB) at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. The facility, a result of Governor Patrick’s $1 billion Life Sciences Initiative, is expected to create 120 construction jobs and ten permanent jobs and strengthen Massachusetts’ standing as a […]
(from chinadaily.com.cn) The earliest known Mayan calendar has been found in an ancient house in Guatemala and it offers no hint that the world’s end is imminent, researchers said Thursday.
(from chinapost.com.tw) Students in central China have resorted to classroom intravenous drips as a study aid to prepare for the nation’s notoriously difficult college entrance exams, state press said Tuesday.
David Li, bostonese.com On March 13, White House welcomed 40 Intel Science Talent Award finalists. President Obama wore a big smile on his face when he met these talented students. Mr. Obama has repeatedly said that the future of the U.S. economy lies in high-tech fields that are in need of continuous innovations. These outstanding […]
By 80-20 Educational Foundation A historical moment has arrived. On February 21, 2012, the Supreme Court decided to review a pending lawsuit that challenges the prevalence use of strong racial preferences in college admission.
In the afternoon of March 3, Distinguished physicist and Vice President of Peking University Enge Wang was the guest of honor at the 12th Boya Forum by Peking University Alumini Association of New England at Harvard University. The title of Prof. Wang’s talk is Physics in China: the Past and Next Decade.