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第十五屆東西相約-風箏文化節2018
,一個每年一度,廣受家庭與專業人士歡迎,充滿輕鬆,歡樂的免費活動,將於八月廿五日(星期六) 10am 4pm舉行。八月廿六日(星期日)為自由放飛日,亦是星期六節目的雨天後備日。地點在位於Dorchester, MA Pope John Paul II Park

多种来自东西世界奇丽的风筝如三百呎长的龙,大鹰,巨大的龙虾,与及由不同入埸者自備的風箏,在空中爭妍鬥麗將構成本風箏文化節的典其一特色。成人和小孩會在廣闊的空間內盡情放飛。入場者還將看到精彩的風箏表演。節目除專題外,包括文化和健康運動表演,歡迎觀眾跟隨學習,有興趣參加表演者,請與主辦人聯絡。

東西相約-風箏文化節開始於2003年,一條 450呎的長龍,第一次在美國升空飛舞。各種不同的風箏,百紫千紅,在和諧而又剌激的環境下,爭奇鬥艷。除個別受天氣影響,一年一度的東西相約-風箏文化節,大多盛況延續,相連的93高速公路,交通每每緩慢下來。2005年八月,在新澤西州自由公園舉行,參加人數打破大紐約歷屆風箏化節參加的人數,齊觀賞300呎長龍,掛上33呎寬的美國旗,空中飛舞。

中華多媒體交流會祟尚健康,教育,家庭價值和跨越種族,宗教的多元文化。

為悼念近年來各種災害,我們特別鼓勵參加者以放飛風箏的形式將祝福寄予近年來受到各種災害影響的朋友們。

歡迎你和你的家庭成員,親友,放下一切煩惱和壓力,在充滿和諧和輕鬆的環境下,度過一個愉快的周末。

方向:
公共交通: 坐紅線 (Ashmont) Fields Corner下車。.#20 巴士,在Neponset  
    CircleHallet Street下車.

自備車: 93 South exit 12 出口, Rt 3A South 轉入 Gallivan Boulevard (MA 203).    
    Hallet Street的公園入口進入。

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Chinese American Experiences 

Mass. Memories Road Show

Saturday, June 2, 10:00 – 3:00
Pao Arts Center | 99 Albany St, Boston Chinatown

ABOUT THE EVENT

  • This is a FREE community event to document Chinese American Experiences in Massachusetts by digitizing family photos and stories for researchers and future generations.
  • Anyone with a connection to the Chinese community in Massachusetts—including Chinese immigrants, Chinese Americans, international students, and adoptees—is encouraged to attend.
  • All ages may participate and families are invited to come together. Attendees under 18 must have a waiver signed by a guardian.

关于这次活动

  • 这是一个通过将家族照片和故事电子化来庆祝马瑟诸塞州华裔美国人经历的社区活动,这些照片和故事将会被存档给后代。
  • 任何在马瑟诸塞州与华人社区由有关联的人——包括中国移民,华裔美国人,国际学生,以及被收养的子女,都欢迎参加。
  • 所有年龄段的人都可以参加,我们鼓励以家庭为单位一起来参加我们的活动。18岁以下的参与者需要由合法监护人签署弃权说明书。

關于這次活動

  • 這是一個通過將家族照片和故事電子化來慶祝馬瑟諸塞州華裔美國人經曆的社區活動,這些照片和故事將會被存檔給後代。
  • 任何在馬瑟諸塞州與華人社區由有關聯的人——包括中國移民,華裔美國人,國際學生,以及被收養的子女,都歡迎參加。
  • 所有年齡段的人都可以參加,我們鼓勵以家庭爲單位一起來參加我們的活動。18歲以下的參與者需要由合法監護人簽署棄權說明書。

WHAT TO BRING

  • One to three photos, either print or digital (CD, USB, or cell phone) that reflect Chinese American Experiences including snapshots or formal portraits of family moments, celebrations, ancestors, local businesses or organizations that are important to you.

携带物品

  • 1-3张关于华裔美国人的相片,打印或电子(CD、U盘或手机)的形式皆可。经历: 快照或正式的肖像、家庭时刻、庆典、祖先、当地商业和组织,或者任何对你来说重要的东西。

攜帶物品

  • 1-3張關于華裔美國人的相片,打印或電子(CD、U盤或手機)的形式皆可。經曆: 快照或正式的肖像、家庭時刻、慶典、祖先、當地商業和組織,或者任何對你來說重要的東西。

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Schedule 30 – 60 minutes for this event
  • Be prepared to share details about your photos (names, location, date if known).
  • You will have the opportunity to record a video interview about your photos.
  • Photos will be scanned and added to the digital collection at openarchives.umb.edu.

你可以从这个活动期望的

  • 只需要30-60分钟就能够将你的故事保存
  • 你需要描述你的照片
  • 你将有机会参与关于你的照片的录影采访
  • 照片将会被扫描并且被上传至电子数据库 openarchives.umb.edu.

你可以從這個活動期望的

  • 只需要30-60分鍾就能夠將你的故事保存
  • 你需要描述你的照片
  • 你將有機會參與關于你的照片的錄影采訪
  • 照片將會被掃描並且被上傳至電子數據庫 openarchives.umb.edu.

Location

The Pao Arts Center| 99 Albany Street, Boston, MA, 02111

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Directions: The Pao Arts Center is located in the One Greenway building, 99 Kneeland Street. For GPS driving directions, use 66 Hudson Street, Boston, MA 02111. From Hudson Street, walk up the stairs and across the deck to the 99 Albany Street entrance. The public parking garage entrance is on Hudson Street. The Pao Arts Center is accessible by the MBTA green, red, and orange lines.

Volunteer

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Chinese American Experiences MMRS! Please fill out the following form and we’ll be in touch shortly:
Please contact Chloe Lin at chloe.lin@chsne.org or 617-338-4339 with any questions.

More Information

The Mass. Memories Road Show (MMRS) is an event-based public history project that digitizes family photos and memories shared by the people of Massachusetts. It is produced by the University Archives & Special Collections Department at the Joseph P. Healey Library, UMass Boston, which partners with local communities to organize free public events where residents are invited to bring up to three family photos to be scanned and included in an online digital collection. MMRS is co-sponsored by the Patricia C. Flaherty ’81 Endowed Fund. The Chinese American Experiences MMRS is made possible through support from generous community donors. A special thanks to the Greater Malden Asian American Coalition (GMAACC)Quincy Asian Resources IncGreater Boston Chinese Cultural Association (GBCCA), and the Pao Arts Center—BCNC for their support in organizing this event.


Chinese Americans Re-Imagining Leadership is a collective of Chinese Americans from the Boston metropolitan region working to develop a new generation of Chinese Americans committed to transformative community leadership for social justice.

We are currently accepting applications for our inaugural summit, taking place from August 6-10, 2018. We're hoping to engage with young Chinese Americans (ages 18-23) who are from the greater Boston area - please help us spread the word! Visit our brand new website to learn more and for the application. 

http://www.reimaginingleadership.org/

Dinner plan with 33 chefs next week?
April 9th, 2018
* 33 fabulous restaurants *
MFA Boston
A Taste of Ginger is next Monday!

Come and join Boston’s most celebrated chefs including Jasper White of Summer Shack, Tracy Chang of Pagu, Andy Husbands of the Smoke Shop, and Joanne Chang of Flour Bakery and Myers+Chang.

See below for the list of all participating restaurants - purchase your tickets today!
Online Silent Auction Now Open!
Put in your bids before Monday to get a head start. Anyone can bid on exciting items including:
  • Four Tickets to see the Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers
  • Private Chef's Dinner for 10 at Fuji at WoC
  • Two Tickets to Celtics Playoff Game
  • One Week New England Getaway in North Conway
  • Sushi Class for 8 with Master Chef Ting from Oishii Boston
  • Monstah Sox Experience
  • Chef's Banquet for 10 at Changsho Restaurant
...and more!
Huge thanks to our
2018 Ginger participating restaurants!!
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