Boston, Feb. 16, 2021, — Chinese American Citizens Alliance Boston (C.A.C.A. Boston), the Chinese American Heritage Foundation (CAHF) and Chung Wah Academy of New England (Chung Wah) will kick off the 1st Greater Boston Lunar New Year Rolling Parade on Sunday, February 21, 2021. Rain/snow day will be Sunday, February 28, 2021. The participates will… Continue reading Boston’s First Annual Lunar New Year Rolling Parade Kicks off on Sunday!
June 19, 2020, Boston, — Governor Charlie Baker today issued a proclamation declaring June 19, 2020 as “Juneteenth Independence Day” in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Celebrated each year on June 19th, Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, and is an opportunity to reflect on the need to continue working toward racial… Continue reading Governor Baker Declares Juneteenth Independence Day in Massachusetts
May 1, 2020, — Mr. Arthur Wong of Boston Chinatown passed away on April 26, 2020 at age 96. The funeral of Mr. Wong was held today at Deware Funeral Home in Quincy, Mass. Only eight people were allowed in the funeral home due to the COVID-19 pandemic related restrictions. Mr. Rich Wong, son of… Continue reading Funeral of WWII Hero Arthur Wong Held Today
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… Continue reading Directory Huang Speaks at Cambridge Public Library
By Victor Chen, bostonese.com Guanghzou, China, — The first International Trade Services Expo was held on June 2, 2019 in Guangzhou, China. This Expo is China’s first fair with the theme of international trade services. Mr. Chen Zongjian, the founder of the Porter City and the new economic expert, was invited to deliver a keynote… Continue reading Porter City Model Draws Rave Reviews at International Trade Services Expo
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… Continue reading Maya Lin’s Speech at 2018 Yale SVA Commencement
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… Continue reading U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education Marcus to Speak at National Conference on Equal Education Rights
May 10, 2019 One hundred fifty years ago, the first transcontinental railroad in the United States was completed, and our Nation was changed forever. On May 10, 1869, the final golden spike was driven into the ground at Promontory Summit, Utah, joining the tracks of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads. This unbroken rail… Continue reading Presidential Message on the 150th Anniversary of the Golden Spike
By Dr. Shawn Xu, Executive Director, Boston Innovation Center, Simcere Pharmaceutical Group I am very honored and excited to stand here to represent Simcere to accept this leadership in community service award. First, I would like to thank CABA (Chinese American Bio-Medical Association) for providing such an excellent and successful event, thank you for honoring… Continue reading Simcere Pharmaceutical Receives Award at 2019 Boston Bio-Forum
Boston, March 22, 2019 — Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center’s president Peter Chan, and executive director Ruth Moy took great pride in announcing the dedication of the Giving Tree today by by hosting a luncheon. The Giving Tree is located in the main lobby of Hong Lok House, at 25 Essex Street in Chinatown.