Asian American Civic Association’s Youth Council convened this summer to participate in the weekly Youth Help Youth entrepreneurship project. Continue reading
WHAT: The American Civil Liberties Union and Nixon Peabody LLP will be in federal court in Boston to prevent the deportation of a group of Indonesian nationals, most of whom have lived in the United States for more than a decade and now face imminent removal to Indonesia where they are in grave danger of persecution, torture, or death due to their faith. The case is Devitri v. Cronen. The Boston field office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had worked with a coalition of Indonesian churches in New Hampshire to encourage longstanding members of the local Indonesian community to voluntarily … Continue reading
When Nancy Berliner was traveling in Taiwan during the summer of 1978, she spotted a remarkable, enigmatic painting at a flea market and was instantly captivated.
“I bought it and started asking people about what this art was, and nobody knew,” Berliner said. “That was the beginning.”
The Boston Asian American Film Festival highlighted featured films at a preview party at the Pao Arts Center on Oct. 5. Continue reading
Author and journalist Lenora Chu gave a talk on her book “Little Soldiers: An American Boy, a Chinese School, and the Global Race to Achieve” at the Boston Public Library on Sept. 23. Continue reading