Boston Renaissance Charter Public School is not your average school. Located in Hyde Park, classes include art, music and Mandarin. The goal is to develop a well-rounded Renaissance child.
Josiah Quincy Elementary School students got a special treat on Nov. 6, when volunteers and employees from accounting firm KPMG held a reading relay. Children read stories and acted out their favorite characters, along with receiving five new books each.
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.
Diabetes trends among American youth shows the prevalence of both type 1 and type 2 increased among young people substantially over the past decade, according to medical research published in the China Medical Tribune.
Recently, 30 principals from seven different provinces in China spent the day at Boston Renaissance Charter Public School.
The Asian American Civic Association’s Youth Council hosted 36 colleges and attracted more than 100 students and parents to the third annual College Day on Oct. 20.