With a chic and artsy atmosphere, Tantric truly fits into the bustling Theater District that surrounds this Indian bistro. The warm aesthetic tones of the restaurant along with an eclectic music selection make this a great spot to relax and enjoy fine Indian cuisine. Continue reading
If you’ve just arrived in Boston for college, you might be busy dealing with orientation and getting familiar with the city. Moving into a sweet apartment is the best way to start your new life here. Here are some housing tips to help you find a comfortable place to live. Continue reading
hosted by MIT-China innovation and entrepreneurship forum (CHIEF) took place Nov. 16 to 18 at MIT. At least 600 students participated in 12 sessions with technology experts on entrepreneurship, MIT in new technology and Chinese-American partnership. Continue reading
In 2008, the community embarked on a plan to create a vision for the future of Chinatown, and to identify opportunities for future growth. Since the adoption of the 1990 Chinatown Community Plan and complementary zoning, Chinatown has experienced significant changes: the decline of the Combat Zone was replaced by new high-rise housing developments; the movement of the garment industry out of Chinatown; increased civic participation; and the rapid growth of the Asian population in Boston’s suburbs.
With a two-year planning process, the community elected a master plan committee consisting of an oversight committee with 13 members, and a technical committee that was charged to establish guidelines for the plan. The oversight committee was elected from major Chinatown agencies, organizations and residents, and had total responsibility for the master plan and its finances. With guidelines prepared by the technical committee, the oversight committee held five public meetings to further refine and create a collective vision for the future. Continue reading
Hurricane Sandy battered the East Coast, but left Boston relatively unscathed. The storm resulted in 113 casualties and left a wake of destruction.
Power was out for an estimated 715,205 homes in seven states, according to the U.S. Energy Department’s “Hurricane Sandy-Nor’easter Situation Report #2” issued on Thursday. Continue reading
Voters who registered for bilingual ballots in Boston and Quincy took them to the polls on Tuesday. Continue reading