Chinatown meeting roundup: Chinatown Coalition, Public Works

Matthew Mayrl, chief of staff for the Department of Public Works, presents on Oct. 16 at the Josiah Quincy Elementary School. (Image courtesy of Ling-Mei Wong.)
公共工程部參謀長Matthew Mayrl在昆士小學演講。(圖片由黃靈美提供。)

The Chinatown Coalition met on Oct. 10 to discuss community updates. The city of Boston’s Public Works Department gave a presentation on Oct. 16 on drafting a new contract for trash collection. Continue reading

South Cove Manor and Boston Chinese Evangelical Church Sign a Purchase and Sale Agreement for 120 Shawmut Avenue

A Purchase and Sale Agreement has been signed that will sell 120 Shawmut Avenue, presently owned by South Cove Manor, to the Boston Chinese Evangelical Church. The target date for the closing is in the first quarter of 2014. Continue reading

New England Gee How Oak Tin Family Association rings in Chinese New Year


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. Continue reading