South Cove Manor unveils Founders Wall

South Cove Manor at Quincy Point appreciated its 14 founders by dedicating a wall featuring their portraits on April 24 at the facility. Continue reading

Chinatown upper school sends first student to Harvard

Josiah Quincy Upper School senior Johnny Fang, 18, did not dream of attending the Ivy League schools. Today, Fang is class valedictorian and the first student in the school’s history to be accepted by Harvard University. Continue reading

Boston Marathon turns 120 amid sunshine

The Boston Marathon turned 120 this year, and for a number of those recent years, participation and interest in the race has increasingly grown from the most populous country in the world: China. Continue reading

Community library opens in Cambridge

On a sunny afternoon on April 9, a line formed outside EMW Bookstore in Cambridge for the opening of a community library and to hear Junot Díaz, Pulitzer prizewinner and MIT professor. Continue reading

Chinese director screens film at Boston International Film Festival

“Frosting,” a short film by Emerson College ‘15 alumna Yu Qu, was screened April 17 at the Paramount Center during the 2016 Boston International Film Festival. Continue reading






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