Boston, Sept. 26, 2016, — Music Director Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra kicked off the 2016-17 season Saturday night at 6 PM with an all-Russian Opening Night program featuring highly-acclaimed Chinese pianist Lang Lang in Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3. Andris Nelsons conducts BSO at the opening night (photographer Michael Blanchard).
By Li Qiang, bostonese.com Boston, July 12, 2016, — Just days before leaving for the Cooper Competition, Andrew Li gave an amazing recital at M Steinert and Sons in downtown Boston. About 80 music fans packed the small hall on the third floor of 162 Boylston St., right across Boston Common. They were treated with… Continue reading Pianist Andrew Li — A Rising Star
New York City, Nov. 23, 2015, — Chinese-American executive producer and actor of Daniel Wu sees his new cable television show as a groundbreaking portrayal of Asian-Americans. He was recently interviewed by CCTV America.
By Shixin Li, bostonese.com New York City, August 28, 2015, — As Uber service expands rapidly across the nation, there are mixed reactions from local communities. Taxi drivers hate it, riders like the convenience and low fares, many Uber drivers love the business model and politicians struggle to regulate the ride-sharing service. Uber driver Tony… Continue reading New Markets and New Problems as Uber Expands
Boston, May 26, 2015（from cntv.cn, translated by Eric Wu) — Born and grown up in MA, Kathryn Tian, a champion in karate and tae-kwon-do, moved to Studio City in South California with his father at the end of 2013. Recently, the international channel of China Central Television(CCTV) reported her experience of winning 14 world championships… Continue reading Martial Artist Kathryn Tian Featured on CCTV International
By Xinming Li, bostonese.com Boston, May 20, 2015, — Dr. Feng Zhang of MIT and the Broad Institute, one of the pioneers in CRISPR/cas system for bio-medical research, delivered the evening keynote speech at Boston BioForum, hosted by Chinese American Bio-Medical Association(CABA). About 200 researchers, professionals and students attended this year’s Boston BioForum and CABA… Continue reading Video — Dr. Feng Zhang Delivers Evening Keynote at Boston BioForum
CANBERRA, Jan. 13 (Xinhua) — A 12-year-old ballboy from Brisbane, Australia, could prove to be China’s secret weapon at this year’s Asian Cup after he helped goalkeeper Wang Dalei save a penalty in their opening game victory over Saudi Arabia on Saturday night. Wang Dalei (R) of China and ball boy Stephen White greet each… Continue reading Video — Ballboy Helps Inspire China to Asian Cup Victory
By Victor Chen, bostonese.com Nashua, N.H., Jan. 8, 2015, — A four-minute video titled “Funny Siberian Husky Puppy Scared by a Talking Toy” by local resident Mr. Wei Wang topped 400,000 views today on Youtube. The main character of the video is man’s best friend — a Siberian husky.
Japanese troops occupied the campus of Xiamen University in 1938 (file photo). American director Oliver Stone visited Hiroshima on the “Atomic Bomb Memorial Day” and gave a speech. He compared Germany and Japan after World War II, and delivery fiery criticism of Japan’s political situation. He asked government leaders to reflect on the United States,… Continue reading This Video Is Banned in Japan
By David Li, bostonese.com Boston, Feb. 18, 2014, — Over 1000 people packed John Hancock Hall in Boston Back Bay Sunday evening. They enjoyed the performances by top singers and dancers from China at the “Cultures of China, Festival of Spring” show, presented by Asian Cultural Center. (From left)Hou Yong, Cai Guoqing, Li Shengsu, Yu… Continue reading Videos of Top Singers from China at John Hancock Hall