With Thanksgiving (and all that festive food) in our rear view mirrors, and Christmas and the new year coming up ahead, there hasn’t been a better time to start exercising if you haven’t already. The benefits of exercise are countless. Not only does a regular exercise routine help you feel better, but you’ll have more energy and perhaps even live longer. Who doesn’t want that?
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As Chinatown continues its search for a permanent cultural center for the neighborhood, plans are in place to set up a reading room and pilot program in Oak Terrace for early 2012. The Asian Community Development Corporation (ACDC) has agreed to allow for the reading room to be located in the Oak Terrace Community Room, a 700 square foot space. Continue reading
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Sir Donald Tsang, spent an evening speaking about his term as the leader of Hong Kong, the progress of the “One Country, Two Systems” policy, as well as addressing concerns and questions from audience members in a question-and-answer session at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government on November 8, 2011.
Autumn has finally arrived in Boston, bringing its familiar seasonal happenings: beautiful foliage, gusty winds, crisp air…and BAAFF. The Boston Asian American Film Festival—BAAFF—occurs every fall in Boston, and if you don’t already look forward to this event every autumn, then something needs to change. Continue reading