Boston general election shows strong turnout

Michelle Wu stopped by the Metropolitan polling station on Nov. 5 to greet supporters Tony Yee (center) and Henry Yee (left). (Image courtesy of Ling-Mei Wong.)
吳弭在信義樓投票站前與支持者余仕昂(右)跟余俊明(中間)打招呼。(圖片由黃靈美提供。)

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. Continue reading

Bostonians count down to Nov. 5 general elections

City councilor at-large John Connolly and state Rep. Marty Walsh attended a mayoral forum at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center on Oct. 23. (Image courtesy of Ling-Mei Wong.)
波士頓市議員約翰江樂理和眾議員華殊均於10月23日參加一場在Reggie Lewis Athletic Center的市長論壇。(圖片由黃靈美提供。)

Boston’s mayoral candidates and city council candidates were busy campaigning across the city ahead of the Nov. 5 election. Continue reading

Bruce Lee and his legacy

Image courtesy of Boston Chinese Freemasons Athletic Club's Facebook page.
圖片來自波士頓洪門致公堂的臉書。

The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Mass. commemorated the 40th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s final movie, “Enter the Dragon,” from Sept. 20 to 23, which was released mere weeks before his untimely death. On Oct. 20, the Boston Chinese Freemasons Athletic Club celebrated its 65th anniversary with a spectacular lion dance and movement showcase under the iconic gateway to Chinatown. Continue reading