Shaoyu Yuan: “We are still living under fascism”

Boston, Nov. 2, 2018, — United Nations Strategist, Shaoyu Yuan spoke during a conference at Northeastern University recently. Yuan received his B.A from Centre College, and currently pursuing his Master’s. He is conducting researches for the Institute of East Asian Studies, also serving as a consultant in World Art Center. Yuan talked about how there […]

Empow Studios Empower Kids for Technology Economy of Tomorrow

By David Li, Lexington, Mass., Jan. 23, 2013, — I started to do some research on local technology classes for kids when my 5-year-old son told me that he wanted to become a robot builder a few weeks ago. A friend of mine mentioned Empow Studios to me. I made a visit to Empow […]

Presidential Innovation Fellow Jason Shen Publishes Book on Winning

By David Li, Boston, Nov. 25, 2013, — Winning NCAA championship as a member of Stanford’s gymnastic team, running a start-up high-tech company, and being selected as Presidential Innovation Fellow, Newton, Mass. native Jason Shen knows well about winning. He recently added another distinction to his resume: author of an e-book that made to […]

Berklee’s Yazhi Guo, Winner of 2012 Hong Kong Best Artist Award

By David Li, Boston, Oct. 30, 2013, — Each year, Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) presents the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards. There are seven winners for the prestigious Award for Best Artists for 2012. Yazhi Guo, who studies at Berklee College of Music, received the Best Artist Award for music category. With […]

Nanjing — The City Where June Chang’s Entrepreneurial Dream Comes True

By David Li, translated by Shuzhi Zhang Recently, I had an interview with Dr. June Chang at her home in Acton, Mass. just before she was leaving for Nanjing, China. Ms. Chang founded an online event management website three years ago in Nanjing. Before that, Ms. Chang founded Hyzing LLC in 2009, and now […]

Arthur Wong Receives Second Bronze Star

By David Li, Boston, August 2, 2013, — Arthur Wong was among the first groups of American soldiers who landed on Normandy Beach on June 6, 1944, and was later seriously injured in November 1944 when the Allied Forces advanced into Germany. Sixty-five years after he returned from WWII battlegrounds, Arthur Wong finally received […]

Lin and Jhang Each Got a Hit in First Head-to-head Match

By David Li, Lowell, Mass., July 16, 2013, — When Tzu-WeI Lin and Jing-De Jhang met at the infield grass of LeLacheur Park a couple hours before the 5:05 PM game on July 14, they couldn’t stop joking with each other. Both are second year professional baseball players from Taiwan with infectious smiles. When […]

Q & A with Andrew Conning on China Education Policy

By China Education Symposium Andrew Conning is a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Graduate Student Associate of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. His research examines the structures of reasoning with which individuals across cultures make sense of international and interethnic issues. He is spending 2012-13 conducting research in […]

After A Little Night Dancing, Commonwealth Ballet To Present Intrigue on March 16-17

By David Li, When Chip Morris graduated from University of Wisconsin at Madison with a Pd.D. in mathematics, he might not have imagined that running a youth ballet school would be in his future. “I came to Boston in 1985. I taught math and computer science during weekdays and danced in a theater in […]