TCCNE Business After Hours,10 Homer Street, Medford, MA 02155No cover, excellent networking, free appetizers and business card drawing.Sponsored by Amy Wu of Jeunesse Global.Hosted by Chamber Business After Hours Chair Hsuanyeh Chang of Hsuanyeh Law Group, PC http://www.hsuanyeh.net/
Attorney Paul R. Tierney, attorney Yao Tang and I will present the seminar from , on the last Saturday in June (June 24). Paul and I have many years of experience in assets protection and estate planning. Yao is a tax attorney. Both Yao and I are fluent in Mandarin. Together we will discuss estate planning using trusts and other legal structures with a view on assets protection and estate succession. Some of the presentation will be in Mandarin. The audience will find our information valuable.
at the Massachusetts State House
Monday, May 15th, 12:00-2:00 by the Grand Staircase
Come support your profession, network with colleagues and meet legislators. This is a great opportunity to help educate our elected officials about the importance of Acupuncture within the healthcare system.
We are hoping for a LARGE turnout to make this a great event. Please bring your patients, advocates for Chinese medicine, and yourselves. Our event in October was quite successful.
We will be offering mini auricular sessions
and refreshments will be served.
LhasaOMS and Crane Herbs will be present.
We look forward to seeing you at the State House!
John Zhang, PhD, L.Ac
President of MSCM
5/19玉山科技邀請中國醫藥大學中醫學院-張院長來用科學的角度揭開中醫的面紗! 想了解養身知識的大家歡迎來參加喔! (早鳥票免費，5/15之後收費USD 5元)
Traditional Chinese Medicine Forum-HMS
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm Sunday May 21, 2017
Place: McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 115 Mill Street, Belmont, MA 02478 FRANCIS de MARNEFFE (cafeteria)
CEUs (Continue Education Credit): 8 credits
Fee (lunch included):
Need 8 CEU Credits: $90 for MSCM members; $120 for non-members
No CEU, Free for Dr. Lee’s group, Harvard employee (reservation needed)
Sponsored: Massachusetts Society of Chinese Medicine (MSCM)
Alternative Medicine Center, McLean Hospital, HMS
9:15-12:00pm Integration of Stretching motion and Tuina with Acupuncture
12:00-1:30pm Lunch & discussion
1:30pm-5:00pm Holistic approach in treating neuroendocrine disorders
Speaker: Dr. Jing Liu, PhD, L.Ac
Call Dr. Li 617 323 7809 or
MJNE 2016 Conference:
Creativity and Innovation – Leading Change with Impact
Microsoft New England Research and Development (NERD) Center
One Memorial Drive,
Cambridge, MA 02142
John K. Erban, M.D., Clinical Director, Tufts Cancer Center/Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
Peter Hirst, Associate Dean, Executive Education, MIT Sloan Business School
William Hsu, MD, Vice President, International Programs, Joslin Diabetes Center/Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School
Trish Hurter, Sr. Vice President, CMC & Pre-clinical Development, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Po-Shun Lee, Chief Medical Officer, Proteostasis Therapeutics.
Kathryn Archard, Catherine Michalowicz, Nancy Cottone, Project managers, Architectural Resources Cambridge, Inc.
Victor Tang, Chairman of I3nsight, Inc. Former VP of IBM
|9:15-9:30am||Recent Accomplishments in Teaching Strategies for Mandarin|
Wanli Hu, PhD, Director, The China Program Center, College of Advancing and Professional Studies
|9:30-10:00am||UMass Confucius Professional Development and Resources|
Baifeng Sun, Director, UMass Boston
|10:00-10:45am||Part 1: National Update for the Teaching of Mandarin in the U.S.|
Yu-lan Lin, PhD, Executive Director, CLASS (Chinese Language Association for Secondary-Elementary Schools)
Report on current nnational advancements in the teaching of Chinese, which will provide numerous examples of delivering instruction to meet the ACTFL World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages.
|11:00am-12:00pm||Part 2: Classroom Practices: Testimony of Teacher Preparation|
Wei Li, Chinese Language Teacher, Sharon Public Schools
A 2015 Summer Institute participant reports on learning and implementing theories, practice, and preparation
|1:00-3:15pm||Part 3: Exploring Student-Centered Instruction and Classroom Management Using Technology|
Yu-lan Lin and Yixing (Star) Lew, Chinese language teacher, Newton Public Schools
Demonstrating the themes of the 2016 UMass-STARTALK program of integrating technology and assisting Mandarin instructors to produce a student-centered learning environment by employing strategies to shift the focus of instruction from teacher to student.
|3:15-3:30pm||Seminar Evaluation and Closing Remarks|
- 新一代的臺灣 建國理念: 島內海外 ● 分進合擊
Café Philo ＠ Boston
波士頓哲五將在3/26播放 由姚文智擔任製作人，紀錄片名家陳麗貴執導的紀錄片「革命進行式」，看傳奇人物史明為理想奮鬥, 純粹的一生。 邀請大家一起來看電影、討論、還有和史明歐吉桑實況連線座談，討論台灣的過去、現在、和未來。
時間：3/26 2016 3pm
地點：Harvard Hall @ Harvard University, room 201
3.00 pm: 進場
3.20 pm: 電影欣賞 (附英文字幕)
5.30 pm: 觀影後討論
協辦單位：哈佛公衛學院台灣學生會 及 波士頓臺灣同鄉會 (TAA-Boston)
In March 2016, Cafe Philo Boston will be showing “The Revolutionist,” a documentary of SuBeng’s life directed by Chen (陳麗貴, Director of *Dear Taiwan*). Su-Beng, now 97, lives a life of a revolutionist. He has been fighting for Taiwanese independence against three major imperil impositions of Taiwan since the Japanese regime.
The documentary will be shown with English subtitle and is free of charge, open to public. Cafe Philo Boston invites all interested party to enjoy the film, followed by a discussion (and potentially international FaceTime with Subeng, stay tuned for more details).
3/26, 3pm at Harvard Hall (in Harvard Yard @ Harvard University) room 201.
3.00: Doors open
3.20: Film starts
5.30: Conversation and Discussion
To learn more about the documentary: https://www.facebook.com/subengmovie/info/?tab=overview
Cafe Philo thanks Taiwanese Association of America - Boston (TAA-Boston) and the Taiwanese Student Association of Harvard School of Public Health for co-organizing the event.
原諒與承諾 - 大選之後，跟著鄂蘭想想政治和解與希望基礎
|“Duck! Rabbit!” written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal|
- China in N.Y. 4th of July Parade, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915] Library of Congress