Kwong Kow Chinese School hosts annual gala

Kwong Kow Chinese School (KKCS) hosted its “Aspiring to Wisdom and Virtue” gala on Dec. 1 at the China Pearl restaurant in Quincy. It featured performances starring the school’s students. Continue reading

Chinese American wins Mass. Seniors Holiday Art Contest

Wakefield resident Tony T.D. Moy, 88, won the 16th annual Senior Citizen Holiday Card contest, held by the Secretary of the Commonwealth. All citizens age 62 and older were invited to participate, with this year’s theme being “December Holiday at the State House.” Moy’s entry is now the official holiday card of the Commonwealth and is on sale at the State House. Continue reading

Playwright David Henry Hwang discusses Asian identity at ATASK event

Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang spoke about Asian Americans and the creative process at the Wheelock Family Theater on Dec. 8. The “Onstage with David Henry Hwang” event was hosted by ATASK, a provider of services for Asian families affected by domestic violence. The event was emceed by WGBH reporter Jared Bowen. Continue reading

Bubor Cha Cha’s delicious dim sum hits the spot

Located in the former Grand Chau Chow restaurant, Bubor Cha Cha is in the heart of Boston’s Chinatown. The elaborate interior features a ceiling with swirling clouds and tropical décor, making it stand out. Bubor Cha Cha is named after a Malaysian dessert soup served either cold or hot, consisting of coconut milk, taro, yam, sweet potatoes and corn. Continue reading