AAJA New England/Voices Alumni Happy Hour Mixer

Wednesday, June 29, 6:00 p.m.
Publick House (www.thepublickhousebeerbar.com)
1648 Beacon Street, Washington Square, Brookline
Great opportunity to meet new and veteran AAJA members, prospective members and participants in AAJA Voices.

$10 for appetizers; drinks are on your own
Email RSVP to Phil Marcelo, VP of Print and 2016 AAJA Voices volunteer mentor, at phil.marcelo@gmail.com

Join us May 18 for Asian Pacific Heritage Month event


Edited transcript of the event: Chang, Wu, and Koh are blazing trails in Boston

An evening to celebrate
Asian Pacific Heritage Month
with Michelle Wu, Dan Koh, & Tommy Chang

See flyer here

Wednesday, May 18
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
China Pearl
9 Tyler St., Boston (MBTA, Orange line Chinatown)

koh wu chang
Dan Koh,
Chief of Staff to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh
Michelle Wu,
President of the Boston City Council
Tommy Chang,
Superintendent of Boston Public Schools
  • Networking starts at 5:30 p.m.
  • Program at 6:30 p.m., moderated by Shirley Leung, Columnist of the Boston Globe


The event is free, but please RSVP. Seating is limited.
Register here:


Sponsors: Asian American Journalists Association New England Chapter (aajane.org) and New England Japanese American Citizens League (http://nejacl.org/)
with support from¬†Coulter Foundation’s civic engagement grant

Questions? Contact Daigo Fujiwara, President of AAJA New England at daigo@wbur.org or 617-688-2051


AAJA / BABJ Mixer on March 2

Please join us for a festive, fun, and casual Asian American Journalists Association and Boston Association of Black Journalists mixer on March 2.

Get to know fellow journalists and media professionals in our area, especially those representing communities of color. Come meet new people, snack on delicious Korean fusion dishes, and shape the direction of our chapters!

WHEN: 7pm on Wednesday, March 2.
WHERE: Koy Restaurant, 16 North St, Boston, MA 02109 (across from Faneuil Hall, MBTA: Haymarket or Government Center)
COST: $15 per member at the door, includes food.

The event is open to all — be sure to bring other journalists that aren’t in AAJA or BABJ, as well as your friends and loved ones.

Please e-mail RSVP by Feb. 29 so we can get an accurate headcount. Thanks, and see you soon!


I hope many of you will attend the below event at NESN on October 17, 2015…FREE. Please let me know if you are attending since I would like to meet new and old members.
New England JACL, NESN, and New England AAJA
Come hear Asian Americans from newspaper, television, and digital media talk about their experiences as an Asian American in sports media, stories of Asian American athletes, career advice, and thoughts on the hot sports topics of today.
Panelists include:
Fluto Shinzawa, reporter/Boston Bruins beat writer, The Boston Globe
Gary Striewski, anchor/reporter, NESN
Ben Watanabe, digital content editor, NESN
Al Young, media consultant, the first Asian American metro daily sportswriter
Saturday, October 17, 2015
11:00 am-1:00 pm
NESN Studios
480 Arsenal St., Building 1
Watertown, MA 02472
(NESN Studios is in an office park on the Westbound side of the street. Driveway is next to Auto Zone)
(Free on-site parking. MBTA 70/70A bus stop one block away at Watertown Mall/Arsenal Mall)
Reception will be held after panel discussion.
Free Admission
Limited seating for 50
RSVP required by Thursday, October 15.
Co-Sponsored by the New England Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), New England Sports Network (NESN), and New England Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA).
Susan Choi