Join our diverse panel of psychologists, parents, and insightful teens to delve into Harvard’s BOBS Research Project. Unravel the complexities of cultural and racial identity , fostering harmony on the journey to self-understanding.
Here is the link of the interviews with Dr. Liu and Dr. Yip
莱镇华协教育委员会 EdCAAL为促进华裔青少年健康成长，特别推出2024年的首个系列活动：Speaker Series on Identity： Exploring Self-Identity in Chinese American Teenagers -Insights from “Building Our Bonds Authentically (BOBA) ”project. 此次活动不仅请来了有关方面的专家教授，还特别邀请了我们周围的家长和青少年作为座谈嘉宾，共同讨论在华裔青少年成长过程中的身份认同问题以及对身心健康的影响。欢迎大家踊跃报名参加，谢谢！
Dragon, an emblem of strength, vitality, wealth, and auspiciousness in Chinese culture, symbolizes the start of a vibrant and prosperous 2024, the Year of the Dragon! The Lunar New Year Spring Festival, joyously celebrated by Chinese, Korean among other Asian communities worldwide, has become a part of Lexington’s rich cultural heritage.
This year’s festival has already attracted nearly 40 performance groups from Lexington and the greater Boston area, eager to participate in the gala. Selecting among a range of original and high-quality performances, the Spring Festival Gala Event Committee put together a program guaranteed to delight the audience. The Gala will also feature a lively culture fair, offering an array of food and drinks, interactive activities for all ages, and some delightful surprises.
Our partners for this year’s Gala include the Lexington Economic Development Office, Town of Lexington, Cary Library, Cary Library Foundation, Lexington Historical Society, Korean-American Organization of Lexington (KOLex) and Lexington Chamber of Commerce.
Hurry, as tickets for the Gala are selling fast! Click on the ticket purchase link now and join us in celebrating the Year of the Dragon. Part of ticketing proceeds will be donated to the Cary Library ChiRP project. We look forward to seeing you on Jan 21!
Date: January 21, 2024
Time: 5 – 7 pm Culture Fair, Food for Purchase and More
7 – 9 pm LNY Celebration Performance Gala
Venue: Lexington High School, 251 Waltham Street, Lexington, MA
Another beautiful Mid-autumn festival co-hosted by CAAL, Brookhaven, and Lexington Youth STEAM team on September 30. Audiences at Brookhaven fully enjoyed the rich Chinese culture and appreciated the variety of eye opening performances.