The following are some of the groups involved in political,
social, and cultural issues in the Chinese and Asian communities
in the greater Boston area:
Asian American Civic Association http://aaca-boston.org/main.php
Asian Community Development Corporation http://www.asiancdc.org/
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center http://www.bcnc.net/
Chinatown Committee, Philips Brooks House Association
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Society of New
Chinese Progressive Association http://www.cpaboston.org/
Greater Boston Chinese Cultural Association http://www.gbcca.org/
Taiwanese-American Foundation of Boston http://www.geocities.com/taf_boston/TAFB_home.htm
Chinatown Banquet http://www.chinatownbanquet.org/.
The website for an ambitious and ongoing interdisciplinary public
art, education and multimedia project meant to “raise awareness
about the history, culture and conditions of Boston Chinatown.”
The Chinatown Blog http://bostonchinatowngateway.com/
A blog focused on community news, including urban development and
safety, as well as first person narratives by community members.
Bostonchinatown.org -- Connecting Chinatown's
A project by faculty and students at Emerson College to document
and visually map how people share community information. Click on
each link in the map for an individual biography and information
on each person as a conduit of news and community resources.
Most local universities have very active Chinese,
Hong Kong and Taiwanese student organizations. For links to
individual groups, consult the site of the Boston Asian Students
Alliance (BASA) at http://www.bostonbasa.org/.
People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong SAR:
New England residents must obtain visas (for non-PRC nationals),
passports (for PRC nationals) and other information from the New
York City consulate at http://www.nyconsulate.prchina.org/.
Republic of China (Taiwan): Visa, passports
and general information can be obtained from the Taipei Economic
and Culture Office in Boston at http://www.tecoboston.org/.
A local Chinese-language portal with news, yellow pages, chat groups,
classified, personals and more. Some English-language postings
Sampan 舢舨 http://www.sampan.org.
New England’s only bilingual Chinese-English newspaper.
World Journal 世界日報 http://www.worldjournal.com/wjindex.php.
This national Chinese-language newspaper maintains a Boston office
and a bookstore at 216 Lincoln St.
Boston Chinese News 波十頓新聞, published
monthly by Southern Newspapers Group (publisher info available at
Boston Chinese Radio (Cantonese), WJDA 1300 AM,
Quincy, Sundays 8-11 PM (program information at http://hometown.aol.com/Kfyau/index.html,