Nine Asian American high school students from Malden received awards for their “Photovoice” projects on mental health during the Strides Against Stigma event on April 27 at Boston University’s Nickerson Field.
The project originated from the Chinese Culture Connection in Malden, and was supported by the Institute for Community Health and the Asian American Civic Association.
Starting from the 1800s, Chinese workers and businessmen have migrated to the United States, establishing families in America for a better life. However, what they might not have expected was a culture clash between them and their children, which has led to struggles between the generations.
Making a home safe for children means understanding hazards. Lead and mold are two common hazards in the home that affect children’s health.
Sudan Zhuang has a very active mind. The 16-year-old junior at Malden High School was recently awarded a Gold Key, Silver Key and honorable mention from the 2013 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her artwork.
The Chinese Culture Connection and Malden High School Asian Culture Club celebrated their annual Lunar New Year Festival Feb. 2 at Malden High School.
The Year of the Dragon went out with a bang. U.S. President Barack Obama was reelected. The state’s economy returned to pre-recession levels. And Boston’s Celtics came within a hair of winning the NBA championship.