Join us for a meet & greet with Lillian Li, author of the hit debut novel, Number One Chinese Restaurant. Tickets $30 per person includes book and light dinner. Seating is limited. Purchase your ticket by Wednesday, October 10th. All proceeds support BCNC programs for children, youth, and families.
About the Author: Lillian Li is the author of the novel Number One Chinese Restaurant (Henry Holt). Her work has been published in Guernica, Granta, Glimmer Train, Bon Appetit, and Jezebel. Originally from the D.C. metro area, she lives in Ann Arbor.
Reviews of her first book:
Named a Summer Must-Read by TIME, Buzzfeed, The Wall Street Journal, Star Tribune, Fast Company, The Village Voice, Toronto Star, Fortune Magazine, InStyle, and O, The Oprah Magazine
"A joy to read―I couldn't get enough."
"This novel practically thumps with heartache and sharp humor."
―Chang-rae Lee, New York Times bestselling author of Native Speaker
An exuberant and wise multigenerational debut novel about the complicated lives and loves of people working in everyone’s favorite Chinese restaurant.
Directions: The Pao Arts Center is located in the One Greenway building, 99 Kneeland Street. For GPS driving directions, use 66 Hudson Street, Boston, MA 02111. From Hudson Street, walk up the stairs and across the deck to the 99 Albany Street entrance. The public parking garage entrance is on Hudson Street. The Pao Arts Center is accessible by the MBTA Green, Red, and Orange lines.
Contact: Jean Quintal | 617.603.2540
The Pao Arts Center transforms into the place to be After Dark featuring multimedia, jazz, and folk performances by the newest Asian American artists. Sit back and discover something new at this ticketed event.
$30 a ticket includes 1 drink and light refreshments. Cash bar available. Ages 18 and up.
FREE: Premiering Outside at One Greenway Park:
With/Out Water by Yu-Wen Wu
Experience a series of multiple video projections about environmental awareness and climate displacement. Be the first to see this new work by artist Yu-Wen Wu, in collaboration with Asian Community Development Corporations’ ANCHOR initiative, BCNC's Pao Arts Center, and Chinatown residents.
Stay up to date by joining the Facebook event page. Limited seating so get your ticket today!
Celebrating Strong Families
Bring your family members of all ages to BCNC Quincy's inaugural Family Fun Fair!
This FREE event will feature: Arts & Crafts, Cultural Performances, Family Competitions, Petting Zoo, Games and Activities, Face Painting, Watermelon Eating Contest and More!
Location: Cavanaugh Stadium is a park located in North Quincy at the intersection of Hollis Avenue and Birch Street. Parking is available on the street and at the Atlantic Middle School.
This is event is made possible by our generous sponsors.
Help us celebrate our Team BCNC Boston Marathon runner Ryan Ng the weekend before the race with a night of music and fun at the Hong Kong Restaurant in Cambridge! The night will feature a concert by the Whiskey Treaty Roadshow, a raffle, and more. All proceeds from the concert will help Ryan reach his fundraising goal to support BCNC programs for Asian immigrant and Asian American families.
About Ryan: Ryan recently started running as part of a New Year’s resolution. His parents were so proud of him that they decided to start running and made a deal that if he runs the Boston Marathon, they will run the BAA 5K. As an active member of his cultural community in San Francisco growing up, Ryan is excited to support BCNC by running the Marathon. Click here to learn more about his journey and support him.
About the Band: The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow is a collaborative band that brings together five Massachusetts singer-songwriters in the vein of Americana, rock, and roots-folk music.
We are currently sold out of individual tickets and tables for the Banquet. Contact Jean Quintal to be placed on the wait list. Thank you!
The BCNC Chinese New Year Banquet is one of the largest community celebrations in Chinatown, with 600 guests in attendance. This annual sold-out event serves as BCNC’s biggest fundraiser, raising funds to provide essential family-centered services to over 3,000 people each year. View the fact sheet for more information about the event and sponsorship form for information about sponsoring.
Contact: Jean Quintal | 617-603-2540
Come play in BCNC’s 2nd annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament at the Josiah Quincy Elementary School gymnasium! Bring your team of 3-4 players to compete for $200 in prize money, a trophy, and most importantly, bragging rights. Proceeds will benefit BCNC's Youth Center, which supports more than 150 low-income, Asian immigrant youth annually to participate in leadership, college access, and mentoring programs.
Registration ends on February 6, 2018. A maximum of 16 teams can participate. The registration fee is $100 per team. The fee is nonrefundable, but transferable.
Tournament rules: The tournament will have a double elimination format (your team will be eliminated from championship contention after 2 losses). Eliminated teams can still face other eliminated teams if courts are available. Games will be up to 11 points (straight up, not win by 2), with each basket being 1 point on a half court. The time limit for games is approximately 30 minutes, games may be shortened if score is well below 11 after 30 minutes. The final elimination game(s) will be held on the main court with no other games being played on the side. The games are self-governed; please respect all calls. Clear all balls when there is a change of possession. Teams may consist of 3-4 players, with up to 2 substitutions during a dead ball per game.
Contact: Cato Hui