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.
Lobster represents quintessential New England. One of the best-kept secrets for perfect lobster is right at Summer Shack.
Mee Moua, president and executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, addressed the significance of immigration reform for those in the Asian American community on Nov. 4 at the Asian American Civic Association.
Mayor-elect Marty Walsh won 52 percent of votes in the general election on Nov. 5, beating city council at-large John Connolly by 4,908 votes. Chinatown’s District 2 city councilor Bill Linehan won reelection against former Josiah Quincy School principal Suzanne Lee.
Amy Tan’s first novel in eight years, “The Valley of Amazement,” chronicles the lives of two women in Shanghai at the turn of the century. Set during turbulent times, the book shows how they emerge stronger from tragedy.
The Chinatown Safety Committee and the Chinatown Resident Association met Nov. 6 for their monthly meetings.