Ge Yun studied painting as a young man, but gave it up to run a newspaper. Now in his retirement, he picked up the paintbrush again. To give back to the community, he donated 26 works of acrylic and watercolor art to the Buds and Blossoms Early Education and Care Center on Oct. 18.
The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Mass. commemorated the 40th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s final movie, “Enter the Dragon,” from Sept. 20 to 23, which was released mere weeks before his untimely death. On Oct. 20, the Boston Chinese Freemasons Athletic Club celebrated its 65th anniversary with a spectacular lion dance and movement showcase under the iconic gateway to Chinatown.
Jeremy Lin, 25, overcame discrimination to become an NBA player with the best start in history. “Linsanity” director Evan Jackson Leong followed Lin from his days at Harvard and documented his stratospheric rise.
As the days get warmer, nature springs to life with new blooms, leaves and shoots. For food, our diet should change naturally like the seasons. As we welcome the summer, four tips for warm-weather eating will keep your body fit and in the best state possible.
“The Dream of the Red Chamber” is universally acknowledged as one of China’s literary masterworks. Pauline Chen, in her new adaptation simply called “The Red Chamber,” has gone about the monumental task of bringing the work to a wider Western audience in the 21st century.
Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Tim Murray discussed with and listened to concerns of Asian American community in a town meeting co-hosted by the Governor Patrick’s Asian American Comission amd Asian American Civic Association in Chinatown, on September 10.