Chronicle

CHSNE Chronicle Fall 2014, Vol. 20, No. 1

Launching Dragon Boat Festival in Boston
Author: Allan Tow
Pages 1-3

Meet Peter Lew
Author: Susan Chinsen
Page 4

Him Mark Lai
Digital Archive Available to the Public
Author: Wing-Kai To
Page 5

Remembering the Legacy of Chinese American Railroad Workers
Author: Wing-Kai To
Pages 6-7

Chinese Laundries
Author: John Jung
Pages 8-11

The First Chinese American
Author: Scott D. Seligman
Pages 12-15

Exhibit Documents the Development of Casino-Related “Chinatown” in Southeastern Connecticut
Author: Shauna Lo
Pages 16-18

President’s Report
Author: Sherry Dong
Pages 19-21

2014 CHSNE/Waterman-Waring-Langone Scholarship New Recipients
Author: Emily Brewer, Ka Wo Fong, Alexander Lo
Page 22


Almost everywhere in the world, from Armenia to Vietnam, dragon boat races celebrate an ancient Chinese custom that dates back 2,300 years. Traditionally held on the fifth day of the fifth month in the Chinese Lunar Calendar (late-May to mid-June), dragon boat festivals commemorate the patriotic poet and advisor Qu Yuan (340-278 BC), and provide occasion for exercise and cleansing the home. (Member access)

Almost everywhere in the world, from Armenia to Vietnam, dragon boat races celebrate an ancient Chinese custom that dates back 2,300 years. Traditionally held on the fifth day of the fifth month in the Chinese Lunar Calendar (late-May to mid-June), dragon boat festivals commemorate the patriotic poet and advisor Qu Yuan (340-278 BC), and provide occasion for exercise and cleansing the home. (Member access)

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