All Bill Morse wanted was an old photo of the Appian Way in Italy, lost somewhere in his parents’ attic.
He never imagined he would discover more than 4,000 photos of China, taken by his grandfather William Leete who was a missionary and teacher for more than 40 years. He traveled to northern China up to Liaoning and went down to Suzhou to study the nation. During his travels, Leete documented the Forbidden City of Beijing, the Buddhist Longmen Grottoes of Luoyang and everyday life for the Chinese.
When Bob Lundy started at Home Depot 25 years ago, he was a lot associate who pushed shopping carts around the parking lot. Today, Lundy is the district manager of Boston South, an area that encompasses seven Home Depot locations in Avon, Dorchester, Quincy, Rockland, Watertown and West Roxbury.
The Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter Public School welcomed the Year of the Snake at its 4th Chinese New Year Celebration on March 14 at Hei La Moon, after a delay due to the Feb. 8 blizzard.
Starting from the 1800s, Chinese workers and businessmen have migrated to the United States, establishing families in America for a better life. However, what they might not have expected was a culture clash between them and their children, which has led to struggles between the generations.
YOUTH: Growing up in America while connected to Chinese roots at home
The three presidential debates closed with advice from Bob Schieffer’s (CBS News) mother: “Go vote, it’ll make you feel big and strong.” President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney presented their policies on domestic issues and foreign policy.
Several key statements below show their differences as well as similarities.