China Pearl became the first Chinese restaurant in Boston to invest in the language skills of its employees on June 5, introducing an English language program for its predominantly Chinese-speaking staff.
The China Pearl added 10 vegetarian dishes to its dim sum lineup, made with fresh ingredients and vegetable oil. No artificial tofu “meats” are to be seen, leaving out processed additives for clean vegetable flavors.
The Gee How Oak Tin Family Association of New England celebrated the Year of the Snake during its annual banquet Feb. 16 at the China Pearl and Hei La Moon restaurants with 107 tables. The family association represents Chinese individuals with the surname of Chan, Woo and Yuen, including “Uncle Bill” and “Uncle Frank” Chin.
The Asian American Civic Association celebrated Chinese New Year on Feb. 13 at the China Pearl.
The Boston Chinatown Resident Association met for a safety presentation and community development talk on Dec. 5 at the Josiah Quincy Lower School.
China Pearl, one of the oldest restaurants in Boston Chinatown, is about to undertake a new initiative in the community – going green.