Chinatown meeting roundup: TCC, CNC

By Sara Brown and Ling-Mei Wong


The Chinatown Coalition met at the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center on April 13.

Carolyn Rubin, chair of Friends of the Chinatown Library, gave an update on the status of the movement to get a library in Chinatown.

The Boston Public Library will start a feasibility study on what would it take to create permanent branch in Chinatown. There will be a meeting on April 25 at the Chinatown Trade Center for people to voice their opinions on what they want in a library.

“We have gotten this far because of everyone in the community continually asking for it,” Rubin said. “Thank you.”



The Chinatown/South Cove Neighborhood Council met April 18 at the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association.

The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy gave a presentation on adding public toilets to Chinatown Park.

A Japanese restaurant specializing in Hawaiian poke will open at 20 Tyler Street, said attorney Adam Chu. Owner Patrick Zhong has operated a restaurant in Amesbury and does not plan to serve alcohol. The council voted to support the restaurant.

The council voted against a proposed spa on 213 Harrison Avenue.

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Editor of the Sampan, the only bilingual Chinese-English newspaper in New England

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