Text and pictures by Yanshu Li [Feature Story] [Published on Tokyo Weekender magazine Sports - November 26th, 2014] To see it on themagazine webpage, please click the link here: http://www.tokyoweekender.com/2014/11/a-tokyo-rowing-crew-takes-to-the-charles-river/ This is not a story of winning. But it would be dishonest to say that the Partez Rowing Club took a 15-hour flight from Tokyo to … Continue reading A Tokyo Rowing Crew Takes to Boston’s Charles River
By Yanshu Li Three people, who have oversea studying experience, shared their stories. They are a Chinese engineering doctorate in the United States of America, an American journalism student who was in France, and an American linguistic undergrad in China. New Start In The Fifth Year It's the fifth year for Haiding Sun studying in U.S. … Continue reading Studying Abroad – Color My Life With the Chaos of Differences
By Yanshu Li For a normal meal in Thailand, pad Thai is a traditional stir-fry to choose. It is also the most popular meal at Noodle St. in Boston. A rice noodle base costs $8.5, and there are 9 additions, that can cost up to $3. The additions are chicken, pork, beef, tofu, shrimps, seafood, … Continue reading Taste a slice of Thai in Boston
By Yanshu Li [General News] This is not a story of winning. But it would be dishonest to say that the Partez Rowing Club took a 15-hour flight from Tokyo to Boston only to wear lane number 46, for their ninth time racing in Head Of The Charles Regatta (HOCR). At 10:46 a.m. on Saturday, … Continue reading Tokyo Rowers on Charles River
By Yanshu Li In the evening of Oct. 23, 2007, at Boston Common, a public park located in downtown Boston, Senator Barack Obama spoke the rally for his campaign. “Congratulations, by the way, Red Sox nation. I am a White Sox fan.” He said. “You don’t want somebody who pretends to be Red Sox fan … Continue reading What do you think about President Obama?
By Yanshu Li Claire Chan was telling a story in her living room. It was pleasant, in the warm light of early sunset. She was sitting on a sofa near the window. Behind the trendy black-frame glasses, her eyes sparkled. “Which color of stripe was on the bottom of the national flag of America?” Chan … Continue reading Between East and West – Story of Claire Chan