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SAVE THE DATE! — CHSNE Annual Meeting & Dinner 

Wednesday, September 24, 2014, 6:00 pm
China Pearl, 9 Tyler Street, Boston 

 

Featuring

Boston Dragon Boat Festival/Sojourner Award
Celebrating 35 years of promoting and sharing a Chinese tradition on the Charles River, across New England and beyond.

John Kuo Wei (Jack) Tchen/Guest Speaker
Co-founder and senior historian at the Museum of Chinese in America. Founding director of Asian/Pacific/American Studies Program and Institute at NYU. Co-author/editor of Yellow Peril!: An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear (2014).

 

Invitation is now available for download.
Please RSVP by Sept. 15, 2014.



2008 Chinese Historical Society of New England Inc.

China Trade Center, 2 Boylston Street, G-3, Boston, MA 02116

Phone: (617) 338-4339      Fax: (617) 338-9339      info@chsne.org



Mount Hope Cemetery /
Chinese Immigrant Memorial
Chinese American Women
Oral History Project
CHSNE/Waterman-Waring-Langone Scholarship

The new memorial at Mt. Hope Cemetery was built to honor the historical significance of the Chinese Burial Grounds there and the pioneering Chinese immigrants who are ancestors of today's Chinese community in Boston. more...

CAWOHP is a joint project with the Schlesinger Library of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University to record oral histories of Chinese American women who lived in New England. more...


The CHSNE scholarship program, established in 1994 and underwritten by the Boston Harbor side Home of J.S. Waterman & Sons-Waring-Langone, awards an annual scholarship of $500 each (up to $2000 over four years of study)
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Annual Meeting and Dinner Sojourner Award Historic Chinatown Tours
Held annually (usually in September) to conduct elections, honor our Sojourner Awardees and present the CHSNE/Waterman Scholarships. more...



Established in 1995 in memory of early Chinese sojourners to recognize individuals and organizations for their contribution to the recording, preservation, and education about the Chinese Americans in New England. more...

A walking tour of the sites in Chinatown that are important to the development of our Chinatown community.  Watch this site for more information about schedules and reservations. more...