華史會 3/28 Cafe Philo 4/6 & 4/9 TEAM screening 4/6

Facing Exclusion Now Online!
Lunch with Lisa See on Tuesday, March 28th
Thank YOU for supporting CHSNE's first theatrical production
Top: Actors perform an adapted version of Dow's Nutzacrackin’ Immigration and Naturalization, 2017. Bottom: Staging of one of Harry Dow's plays in 1938, with Dow seated on the far left. Courtesy of Fred Dow.
More Facing Exclusion Photos!
Facing Exclusion: Pioneering Activists Harry Hom Dow and Tien Fu Wu, part of ArtsEmerson’s Community Curators program, was a huge success! Guests came, for almost two sold out shows, to learn about Tien Fu Wu, laugh at Harry Dow's farce, engage in a community conversation about immigration, and share a Certificate of Resilience.

A huge thank you to artist CHRISTINA R. CHAN for her dedication and vision, and to all of the talented actors for breathing life into the Dow scripts: Eric Cheung (Yung), Tim Corbett (Chief Inspector), Alexander Holden (Dow), Sophia Koevary (Miss French), Danny Mourino (Rosen), and Josh Santora (Mulloy). 

And to our panelists for spearheading the conversations: Christina R. Chan, Elisa Choi (MA Asian American Commission), Stephanie Fan (Community Leader), Paul W. Lee (Community Leader), Patricia Reeve (Suffolk University), and Ragini Shah (Suffolk Law).

Click HERE to view the Playbill!

Missed the show or want to watch it again? 
HowlRound's recording of Saturday's performance is now online:
Watch Facing Exclusion HERE!
Co-sponsored by ArtsEmersonRosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies - Suffolk UniversityMEM Tea ImportsSeyfarth Shaw LLCTai Tung PharmacySouth Cove Community Health CenterTufts Medical Center and National Park Service.
Lunch with Lisa See 
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane
Tuesday, March 28th, 12:00pm-1:30pm
Pao Arts Center, BCNC | 99 Albany St, Boston
In partnership with the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC), attend the first public event hosted at the Pao Arts Center! CHSNE will present a lunchtime conversation with #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa See on her new novel, The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane. A powerful story about two women separated by circumstance, culture, and distance, The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane is an unforgettable portrait of a little known region and its people and a celebration of the bonds of family.
Click here for books & tickets
Sponsored by MEM TeaFamilies with Children from China New EnglandTufts UniversitySouth Cove Community Health CenterNational Park Service and Tufts Medical Center.
Support CHSNE Celebrating 25 Years!
CHSNE is a membership-based 501(c)(3)non-profit organization dedicated solely to documenting, preserving, and promoting the history and legacy of Chinese immigration in New England. Please consider becoming a member or donating to help cover our projects and operating expenses. 
Become a member today!
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Thanks to CHSNE's 25th anniversary sponsors

Café Philo@ Boston would like to invite you to join us in two Movie screening events in April.

1. TEAM (Together Empowering Asian Minds) spring screening event on April 6th.
Time: 4/6/2017, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Location: Ben Franklin Institute of Technology (41 Berkeley Street, Boston)

2. Taiwanese documentary “Small Talk” (日常對話screening event on April 9th at Museum of Fine Art Boston
Time: 4/9/2017, 12:00pm
Location: Museum of Fine Art, Boston

Please join us for these special screening events!
Details of the events are described below and attached.

Warm regards,
Café Philo @ Boston

TEAM (Together Empowering Asian Minds) spring screening event
Together Empowering Asian Minds (TEAM) is a national media campaign to raise awareness of mental health among Asian American women and their love ones. TEAM Campaign is funded by the hope & grace initiative, project of New Venture Fund in partnership with Philosophy, Inc.
This spring screening event includes film screening and panel discussion.

Small Talk 日常對話

Taiwanese film “Small Talk” wins the Teddy for best documentary at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival. The film features director Hui-Cheng Huang’s attempt to reveal and reconcile her painful past between herself and her mother, who is a Taoist priestess and a lesbian mom. As the Teddy Award jurors stated “Small Talk is the director's courageous portrayal of her family story, which gives an audience an inside look at a culture that we might not be familiar with. This powerful documentary manages to be of universal significance and extremely intimate at the same time.” We hope you will join us in watching this powerful film.

Café Philo @ Boston 誠摯地邀請您一同觀賞台灣紀錄片『日常對話』。
時間:12:00pm, 4/9/2017 (Sunday)
地點:Museum of Fine Art

Seminar date: March 11, 2017
LOCATION: MIT Tang Center, Building E51, Room 335,
70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142
Admission: Free

Note: Entrance is at the back of the building by the parking lot. If the doors are locked, please call Jason Pan at 617-834-4071 to gain access into the building.

2:30PM-5:00PM  中文講座. “財富知識與房講座”, in Chinese.
1.   美國的房貸是可以創造我們的財富是增加債務?”
 "Can mortgage create wealth or incur debt?"  
–Bright Li 李光,财务and Jason Pan潘樹仁,中城地
5:00PM-6:00PM Investment Group, in English
1. Real Estate Investment Case Study: 投資實例分

6:00PM - 7:00PM Social Hour 房東聯誼.

7:00PM-10:00PM Landlord Seminar & Discussion,房東講座, in English
1.   “How to Hire a Contractor and Stay Out of Trouble”
– Andrea Goldman, Attorney, Goldman Law Group

Discussion Session”, 房東討論
(1) Landlord Tips – Jason Pan, Midtown Properties, Inc.

(2) Case Study – Jason Pan, Midtown Properties, Inc.
Next week's events  View this email in your browser
Upcoming events:
  • 2/9: CHSNE presents at The Chinatown Coalition meeting
  • 2/10: Exhibition opening "China Comes to Tech: 1877-1931"
  • Lunar New Year Events
The Chinatown Coalition (TCC) Meeting
Thursday, February 9th, 9:30am-11:00am
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center | 38 Ash St, Boston 
Join CHSNE at the upcoming TCC meeting to hear updates on the application to list the Old Quincy School, home of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England since 1976, on the National Register of Historic Places. The Old Quincy School would be the first site registered in Massachusetts connected to Chinese. CHSNE will also present an overview of our new partnership with the National Park Service
China Comes to Tech: 1877-1930
Maihaugan Gallery exhibit examines Chinese students at MIT
Opens Friday, February 10th, 9:30am-11:00am
Maihaugen Gallery | Building 14N-130, MIT Campus, Cambridge 
In 1877, the first student from China matriculated at MIT. By 1910, China was sending more students to MIT than any other foreign country. From these beginnings, the Institute became one of the most popular overseas destinations for Chinese students, many seeking to contribute to their country’s modernization through engineering, science, and commerce. These students left a legacy of strong ties between China and “Tech” that profoundly influenced the course of globalization.
Organized for the Maihaugen Gallery by Emma J. Teng, T.T. and Wei Fong Chao Professor of Asian Civilizations at MIT, China Comes to Tech: 1877-1930 commemorates 140 years of Chinese students at the Institute. Open through November 2017. 
Click here for more information
Lunar New Year Celebrations
in New England
Saturday, February 4th:
Sunday, February 12th:
CHSNE Summer Internship
As part of CHSNE's new partnership with the National Park Service, we're looking for a summer intern. The intern will work out of the CHSNE office in Boston's Chinatown and will help develop a Chinese Heritage Trail, staff a summer public history school for local youth, and coordinate CHSNE events. Please apply by February 15th. 
Click here for the internship description
CHSNE is a membership-based 501(c)(3)non-profit organization dedicated solely to documenting, preserving, and promoting the history and legacy of Chinese immigration in New England. Please consider becoming a member or donating to help cover our projects and operating expenses. 

Angel Island lecture, Harry Dow digital exhibit, CHSNE online resources View this email in your browser
Lecture on Angel Island

"Preserving Immigrant Detention: Angel Island as Case Study"

by Professor Monica Pelayo
Friday, December 9th, 6:00pm-8:30pm

Old North Church | 193 Salem St, Boston
Co-sponsored by the Old North Foundation

Between 1910 and 1940, Angel Island served as an immigration station in the San Francisco bay area. Unlike its East Coast counterpart, Angel Island was specifically constructed to detain and interrogate Asian immigrants attempting to enter the country. After the federal government stopped using the site, local Asian American activists lobbied to have it preserved as a symbol of immigrant history. This lecture will survey the strategies that these public historians used to retell this history. At the center of their efforts lay the question—how can public historians interpret the site for audiences who only know about Ellis Island?

Join Monica Pelayo and Susan Chinsen of CHSNE immediately following the lecture for a reception and community conversation focused on historical sites like Old North and how they tell their own immigrant stories. What are our responsibilities to our community?
Monica Pelayo is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where she also serves as the Director of the Public History Track in the History Master's program. Her research focuses on research primarily deals with issues of race, immigration, and American collective memory. She is currently working on a book-length study, “Narrating A Nation of Immigrants: Race, Memory and Cultural Policy in Cold War America." 
Click here to reserve your seats
New in 2016
CHSNE's Online Resources
We completed a lot of digital projects in 2016! In addition to redesigning our entire website, CHSNE partnered with local institutions and community members to create online exhibitions, resources, and ways to connect. Here are our three largest online accomplishments this year:
CHSNE partnered with Suffolk’s Moakley Archive & Institute Digital Collections and Mass Humanities to create a summary document, inventory, and translation of the archive of Harry Hom Dow—the first Chinese-American to pass the Massachusetts Bar exam. Be sure to check out the digital exhibit!
Learn more about Dow and his archive
In a partnership with Tufts' Tisch College and Mass Humanities, CHSNE created These Words: A Century of Printing, Writing, and Reading in Boston’s Chinese Community. The public exhibition is over, but the images and captions are still available on our website. 
Discover local histories of printing, reading, and writing
Through maps, photographs, and personal stories, the Boston Chinatown Atlas tells the stories of Chinatown’s history, dynamics, and context. This collaborative project is now online after 10+ years of research!
Explore Boston's Chinatown—then and now
And don't forget to Like our Facebook page for updates on news, events, and opportunities!
Consider CHSNE while doing your online shopping this holiday season! 
For every purchase you make on Amazon.com, AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of your purchase towards CHSNE, at no additional cost to you! Just follow the instructions below:
1.    Go to https://smile.amazon.com/ and sign-in to your Amazon account.
2.    You will be prompted to choose a spotlight charity or “pick your own charitable organization” at the bottom of the page.  In this search box, search “Chinese Historical Society of New England.”
3.    The first option should be “Chinese Historical Society of New England Inc." Select this charity and begin shopping!
Goodshop is a collection of online shopping deals. In addition to giving you coupons, they also make a donation to the nonprofit or school of your choice for almost every purchase you mak, at no additional cost to you! 
Support CHSNE with GoodShop!
CHSNE is a membership-based 501(c)(3)non-profit organization dedicated solely to documenting, preserving, and promoting the history and legacy of Chinese immigration in New England. Please consider becoming a member or donating to help cover our projects and operating expenses. 
Become a member today!
Donate to CHSNE
Thanks to CHSNE sponsors


A Lecture on Angel Island
Friday, December 9th at 6pm

Old North Church | 193 Salem St, Boston
Join CHSNE for a lecture with Public Historian Monica Pelayo (UMASS Boston) on Preserving Immigrant Detention, as she speaks about Angel Island as a case study. Free and open to the public.
SEEDS OF FREEDOM: A Vision for America
Film Screening and Launch of James Phinney Baxter Lecture Series

BOSTON – November 4, 2016 – Boston Public Library is kicking off the James Phinney Baxter Lecture Series on Thursday, November 10, in Rabb Hall at the Central Library in Copley Square with the premiere of the film Seeds of Freedom: A Vision for America. The film presents a revolutionary look at the synthesis between European colonists and the American Indian in the evolution of American democracy, mind, and spirit. At the event, Mohawk elder Tom Porter and Pilgrim Scholar Gary Marks will present insights into the Iroquois Great Law and the Pilgrim vision for humanity as they apply to today and the future. The event begins at 5 p.m. with a meet and greet with Tom Porter, Gary Marks, and the filmmaker followed by the film screening at 6 p.m. and a discussion led by film director Andrew Cameron Bailey. 

Film Synopsis: Eminent philanthropist/historian James Phinney Baxter (1831-1921) believed that America must embody the high ideals of New England's original settlers if it is to become a global exemplar of liberty, equality, and justice. In 1921 he left a bequest instructing Boston to build a Pantheon to perpetuate the founding ideals and principles. Baxter's great-great-granddaughter Connie Baxter Marlow adds a missing piece - the role of the American Indian in the evolution of democracy and the American mind and spirit. The film is written, directed, and produced by Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow of Cameron/Baxter Films. View a trailer for the film here.

The Baxter Project Team has produced booksfilmsphotography exhibitions, and talks over the past 25 years to bring the Pilgrim vision and the Native American voice, heart, and spirit forward. 

About James Phinney Baxter: James Phinney Baxter felt there must be a New England Pantheon or Temple of Honor to house a pictorial record of the deeds and ideals of the founders of New England. He was well aware of “the persistent attempt to defame and belittle the Pilgrim and the Puritan” before and during 1920, the 300th Anniversary of the landing of the Mayflower. In 1921 Mr. Baxter bequeathed money to the City of Boston with the specification that in the future it would be used to build the Pantheon. A portion of the fund has been used to create The Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement and supports the James Phinney Baxter Lecture Series.

About The James Phinney Baxter Lecture Series: The James Phinney Baxter Lecture Series is dedicated to Baxter’s vision of America - realizing its promise of liberty, justice and equality for all. The series will be held semi-annually leading up to 2020 - the 400th anniversary of the landing of the Mayflower. The Lecture Series will include subjects that promote the commemorative and public understanding of the history of the settlement of and immigration to New England, past and present.

Saturday, November 19th, 11:30am-2:00pm

Community Film Screening and Lunch
Chinese Couplets
with director Felicia Lowe
Free and open to the public! 
A Lite Lunch will be provided

Part memoir, part history, part investigation, the filmmaker’s search for answers about her mother’s emigration to America during the Chinese Exclusion era reveals the often painful price paid by immigrants who abandoned their personal identity, the burden of silence they passed on to their offspring and the intergenerational strife between immigrants and their American born children.
Felicia Lowe is an award winning independent television producer, director, and writer with more than 35 years of production experience. Broadcast on PBS and abroad, her documentaries Carved in Silence and China: Land of My Father have garnered numerous awards. A descendant of Angel Island detainees, Lowe is actively involved in the preservation of the Angel Island Immigration Station.
Sponsored by Chinese American Citizens Alliance-Boston Lodge & the Chinese Historical Society of New England

CHSNE is on HistoryPin!
Online Walking Tour for These Words
CHSNE is creating walking tours of Boston's Chinatown through the website and app, HistoryPin! HistoryPin consists of a shared archive, a mutually supportive community, and a collaborative approach to engagement with local history. It connects historic photographs with Google Maps locations in an user-friendly interface, allowing you to learn about local history at your own pace. 
We have a new tour up highlighting the images and locations we researched for the These Words exhibition. Just like the exhibition, this tour features materials that speak to the local histories of printing, reading, and writing. Check out archival photographs of previous BPL branches, restaurant menus, the Oxford Street Bulletin Board and so much more situated with their original locations.

Take the tour while walking around Chinatown or from home! Just be sure to check back as we're adding more stops to this tour and our digital collections!
Playwright Kenneth Lin (TV’s House of Cards) delivers “an absorbing, incisive new play that crackles with authenticity” (NY Times), just in time for the climax of a surprising election season. Michael Tow (Chinglish) plays a New York assemblyman who's been dubbed "The Republican Obama." The son of Chinese immigrants and a decorated war veteran, he looks forward to a seemingly limitless political career. When someone from his past threatens to reveal a college transgression, he must decide how far he'll go to keep the incident out of the public eye.

Save $20 with code BAAFF at www.lyricstage.com
Save $10 with code BAAFF

Squabbling siblings Albert and Jennifer Chen reached the pinnacle of academic achievement. But as adults, they’re epic failures: he’s just been passed up for promotion and she’s been dumped by her loser boyfriend. So, naturally, they confront their parents and launch an Asian Freedom Tour! From California to China, this hilarious new comedy examines race, parenting, and success with wit and sharp humor.

Save $10 with code BAAFF at www.huntingtontheatre.org
14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark & Vanessa Lopez 

Thursday, November 3, 6:00PM
Old South Meeting House  
310 Washington St, Boston, MA 02108
Co-Presented by Boston Asian American Film FestivalChinese Historical Society of New England, the National Park ServiceOld South Meeting House, and Roxbury International Film Festival

6:00 pm - Film Screening of 14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark & Vanessa Lopez
7:15 pm - Panel Discussion

Who has the right to be an American citizen? The Fourteenth Amendment states, "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside." View the film "14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark & Vanessa Lopez", which tells the stories of American families who changed history by advocating for citizen rights of people born in the United States, and considers issues of citizenship rights today. Then take part in a dynamic discussion with a distinguished panel on implications for immigrant communities on the eve of a Presidential election.

This program is made possible in part with funding from the Lowell Institute.

RSVP Here!


You can now preview our Boston Asian Landlord Association seminar schedule on our website link:

Seminar date: November 12, 2016
LOCATION: MIT Tang Center, Building E51, Room 325,
70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142
Admission: Free

Note: Entrance is at the back of the building by the parking lot. If the doors are locked, please call Jason Pan at 617-834-4071 to gain access into the building.

2:30PM-5:00PM  中文講座. “財富知識與房講座”, in Chinese.
1.   與房東有關的財務問題
"Landlord’s Financial Concerns"  
–Jason Pan潘樹仁,中城地
5:00PM-6:00PM Investment Group, in English
1. Real Estate Investment Case Study: 投資實例分

6:00PM-7:00PM Social Hour 房東聯誼.

7:00PM-10:00PM Landlord Seminar & Discussion, 房東講座, in English
1.   “Micro-Unit Development: Taking Advantage of System-built Technology for Speed, Savings and Reduced Risk”
– Paul R. Townsend, Mod-Tech Homes LLC

Discussion Session”, 房東討論
(1) Landlord Tips – Jason Pan, Midtown Properties, Inc.
(2) Case Study – “Complying with Reasonable Accommodation Requirements in Housing” – Garrett Lee, Mitcheson & Lee LLP

If you have announcement to make at the seminar or to share your story in the Landlord Discussion Session, please do not hesitate to let me know.
We thank MIT Sloan Asia Business Club for hosting the seminars and KanZhongGuo New England’s media promotion. We also thank the news coverage by Sing Tao Daily, World Journal, China Press Weekly, The Epoch Times, Boston Chinese News,  DuoWei Times, Asian American News Letter, and sinovision.net 美國中文電視團

Please find attached information for the seminars and the membership form. We look forward to seeing you at the seminar.

We hope you are enjoying our newsletter, to unsubscribe, please notify us via email.

Jason Pan
Midtown Properties, Inc.
Boston Asian Landlord Association 



WHEN: Friday, October 21st / 8am - 5pm
WHERE: Federal Reserve Plaza, 600 Atlantic Avenue, Boston MA 
Free and Open to All / Full-Day Event with Continental Breakfast and Lunch / 15 Different Panels for Registrants to Select From / Capacity is 300 and Filling Fast! 

SBA Massachusetts is participating in the first annual AAPI Civil Rights Conference cosponsored by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Boston Area Office and the Massachusetts Asian American Commission.
The annual Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Civil Rights Forum aims to advance the presence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the Northeastern region, both in numbers and in prominence. To achieve this mission, this forum will provide the community with a broad range of learning experiences towards advancing AAPI civil rights and liberties, which are often overlooked within the national narrative. Additionally, this forum aims to foster a network of advocates who will work together to raise awareness and further the interests of the AAPI community.

Special Guests Include:


Raising our Voices 2016: Recognizing ESOL Leadership in Business and the Community

Join MA Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Ronald L. Walker II, incoming Eastern Bank President Quincy Miller, City of Boston Chief of Economic Development John BarrosPresident of El Mundo Alberto Vasallo, Massachusetts DESE Dir. of Adult Learning Services Jolanta Conway, International Vice President of UNITE HERE! New England Joint Board Warren Pepicelli, State Senators Sonia Chang-Diaz and Sal DiDomenico, Rep. Tackey Chan, Boston Public School's ELL Asst. Superintendent Dr. Frances Esparza, and English for New Bostonians in recognizing businesses / joint labor-management partnerships, state and local officials, advocates, and students that support a sustainable, high-quality English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) system in Massachusetts.
Consider becoming a sponsor and having your organization recognized in press releases, at the actual event, and through other venues! Your support will help even more ESOL students raise their voices and be heard.
A continental breakfast will be included, and local and state media will be present to publicize this unique gathering of ESOL students, business and labor leaders, and government officials.
Registration and breakfast will start at 7:30am, with the speaking program beginning at 8am.
SAVE YOUR SEAT TODAY and join us on October 24!

October 24th, 2016 7:30 AM   through   9:30 AM
346 Huntington Ave.
Curry Student Center Ballroom
Northeastern University
BostonMA 02115-5005
United States
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Event Fee(s)
Individual Registration (good for one seat)$ 50.00
Friend Sponsor (2 seats)$ 500.00
Table Sponsor (10 seats)$ 1,000.00
Supporting Sponsor$ 2,500.00
Leadership Sponsor$ 5,000.00
Presenting Sponsor$ 10,000.00
Additional Guests for Friend, Table or Supporting Sponsors ONLY$ 0.00

Screening of Honor and Duty: The Mississippi Delta Chinese
Saturday, September 24 at 10 AM in EDT
Tufts University: Behrakis Auditorium, 150 Harrison Avenue Boston, MA 02111
From my precious email, I had mentioned that there will be 2 more screening at different venue for Honor and Duty: The Mississippi Detla Chinese:
Wellesley College on Sunday 9/25/2016 from 2-4 pm and Boston Latin School on Monday 9/26/2016 from2:30-4:30 pm. Please see attached flyers for details.

One of our members, Hans Guggenheim is very generous and supportive. He would like to donate $100 to encourage high school students to watch the documentary and write an essay afterwards. The best essay will rec'd $100 as the award prize.

10:00 – 10:25 am Registration / Networking
10:25 – 10:30 am Opening Remarks – Esther Lee
10:30 – 10:45 am Keynote address: Martin B. Gold
10:45 – 11:30 am Attorney Linda Y. Chin, Beatrice Lee, MIT Professor Tunney Lee, Wing-kai To, Professor & International Director, Bridgewater State University, Amanda Le, founder and has served as Chairwoman of National Asian Women Association since 2006
Panel Discussion, Questions and Answers
11:30 – 11:45 am Break
11:45 – 12:30 pm Cambridge City Councilor Leland Cheung; 2014 Miss Chinatown USA Karen Li, Harvard University Class of 2018; Lisa Wong, Former Mayor of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Diana Hwang, founder and Executive Director of the Asian-American Women’s Political Initiative
Panel Discussion, Questions and Answers

12:30 – 2:00 pm Networking Lunch Reception

2:00 pm - "Forbidden Citizens" - Martin B. Gold
3:00 pm - Questions and Answers
3:30 pm - Author's Book Signing and network reception
Diamond Sponsor: East Boston Savings Bank
Gold Sponsor: Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Greater Boston Group at Morgan Stanley, A Cambridge House Inn

C.A.C.A. Boston is working with the Philips Brook House Association to sponsor the 1st Annual Surging Waves Symposium and book Talk by Martin Gold on Saturday, April 30, 2016 from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm.

The Surging Wave Symposium brings together descendants of the various waves of Chinese immigrants to the United States, academic scholars, community and government leaders to discuss what it means to be a Chinese American and how Chinese Americans from the greater Taishan (台山) county area, Hong Kong, Taiwan, other parts of China and the world can work together on common concerns, important issues, share aspirations to achieve the American Dream.

We are extremely honored to have Attorney Martin B. Gold as our keynote speaker and presents a Book Talk. He was very instrumental in securing adoption of congressional resolutions expressing regret for the Chinese exclusion laws.

This is a FREE event, but please registers online to insure sitting and lunch network reception.

If any question, please feel free to email us: cacaboston.symposium@gmail.com

Author Talk and Book Signing by Martin B. Gold
  • Friday, April 29 at 6 PM - 8:15 PM
    Next Week
  • Behrakis Auditorium, Jaharis Building - 150 Harrison Avenue, Boston
6:00 - 7:00 pm - "Forbidden Citizens" Book Talk
7:00 - 7:15 pm - Questions & Answers
7:15 - 7:30 pm - Book Signing by Author Martin Gold
7:30 - 8:15 pm - Networking Dinner Reception

Diamond Sponsor: East Boston Savings Bank
Gold Sponsor: Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Greater Boston Group at Morgan Stanley, A Cambridge House Inn

Attorney Martin B. Gold is a partner with Capitol Counsel LLC. He brings over 40 years of experience, both on Senate staff and in private practice. He is a recognized authority on matters of congressional rules and parliamentary strategies. Gold is the author of “Senate Procedure and Practice,” a widely consulted primer on Senate Floor procedure, now in itsthird edition (2013). He frequently advises in offices of Senators and serves on the adjunct faculty at George Washington University. Before domestic business, professional and academic audiences, he often speaks about Congress as well as political and public policy developments.
Following passage of Senate Resolution 201 on October 2011 and House Resolution 683 in June 2012, expressing regret for the Chinese exclusion laws, Covington & Burling LLP’s Martin Gold penned "Forbidden Citizens: Chinese Exclusion and the U.S. Congress: A Legislative History", a book that for the first time traces the timeline and background of those laws. Acting pro bono on behalf of the Chinese-American community, Covington helped to secure adoption of the resolution. In Forbidden Citizens, Mr. Gold documents the legislative debates and actual texts of the nine exclusion measures, quoting both supporters and opponents of the bills in full detail.

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