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.
Ge Yun studied painting as a young man, but gave it up to run a newspaper. Now in his retirement, he picked up the paintbrush again. To give back to the community, he donated 26 works of acrylic and watercolor art to the Buds and Blossoms Early Education and Care Center on Oct. 18.
A Taiwan trade delegation visited Boston’s Chinatown on August 28 and 29, including the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England.
Boston Renaissance Charter School celebrates First Ladies Breakfast and Voice of Renaissance Spring Concert
The Boston Renaissance Charter Public School hosted its annual First Ladies breakfast on May 23 at the school’s auditorium at 1415 Hyde Park Avenue, Hyde Park. The purpose of the breakfast was to invest in future generations and to create a forum for young girls in grades 3 through 6 to discuss issues critically important to them.
Walking was a trial for Yong Lin, 76. After a knee replacement and back surgery, he frequently had swollen legs and difficulty moving.
Today, Lin walks faster than all his friends and can extend both knees completely. “Every day, I do more than an hour of exercise,” he said.