With all buzzes about the September issues, fall is definitely the season of fashion.
The Asian American Civic Association partnered with Neiman Marcus to host the “Boston’s Famous” Fashion Show on Oct. 10 at Neiman Marcus Boston. The event raised over $27,000 to help the agency continue its social services, workforce development and adult education programs. Continue reading
The Chinese Historical Society of New England (CHSNE) held its annual dinner on September 30 at China Pearl to celebrate its annual accomplishments.
The Sojourner Award recipients this year were Jill Cheng, president and CEO of Cheng & Tsui, and Chinatown honorable leader Bill “Uncle Bill” Chin. Continue reading
On my trip to China this summer my wife and I decided to visit some of the remoter natural wonders in the mountains ofSichuan. I had always wanted to visit this region ever since I first went to China eighteen years ago, but I never got the chance. This trip however, we finally went to the edge of the Himalayas in a journey that led us from the mountains of Greater Tibet to the East China Sea. Continue reading
Living in the heart of an African village granted me an exclusive opportunity to experience the unique way of life and cultural traditions of locals, as well as view family structure and relationships with a new lens. Continue reading
Developers, state officials and Chinatown leaders attended the ground break ceremony for the real estate project at 120 Kingston Street on September 21. Continue reading
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino rejected the second redistricting map submitted by the Boston City Council on September 24, citing once again concerns of an “over-concentration of protected groups” in districts. Continue reading