Mayor Menino Hosts Roundtable for Women Entrepreneurs and  Asks Bostonians to “Roll it Forward”

Mayor Menino, Senator Warren, Secretary Fields Host Roundtable for Women Entrepreneurs Boston, April 3, 2013, — To mark National Community Development week, Mayor Thomas M. Menino today hosted a roundtable discussion with United States Senator Elizabeth Warren and Regional Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Barbara Fields. The focus […]

CACA: Please Sign a Petition Asking the President to Apologize for the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act

CACA (Chinese American Citizens Alliance) Grand President Carolyn H. Chan and Washington, D.C. Lodge President Ted Gong urge your consideration to take action and sign the petition created on the White House website requesting a Presidential statement or proclamation to recognize the harm of the Chinese Exclusion Laws and their impact and significance to Chinese […]

Xi Urges Joint Efforts to Advance China-US Ties in Meeting with Secretary Lew

(from BEIJING – Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday that China is ready to work with the United States to advance cooperative partnership between the two countries. Xi made the remarks while meeting with US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, who is visiting Beijing on Tuesday and Wednesday. Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) meets […]

Over 150 Residents and Activists Launched “Homes for All” Campaign in Boston

BOSTON, Mass. – On Wednesday, March 13, over 150 residents and activists form Chelsea Collaborative, City Life/Vida Urbana, Chinese Progressive Association, Lynn United for Change, UNITE HERE Local 26 and other local groups joined the national Right to the City Alliance in launching the Homes for All Campaign in 11 cities across the country to […]

Two Chinese American Candidates Run for Town Meeting Members in Lexington Today

By David Li, Local elections are being held today in various communities in Massachusetts. In Lexington, two Chinese Americans Geoffrey Xiao and Hongbin Luo are running for town meeting members. On Super Tuesday of 2012, Weidong Wang was elected to 5-member Lexington House Authority, and became the first Chinese American to win town-wide election […]