Known for seamlessly integrating high-end cuisine with high style, BNEG worked with designer Peter Niemitz to create a stunning, Imperial Chinese-meets-contemporary Asian ambience. The atypically generous 14,square-foot space, seating approximately , is divided into nine esthetically distinct rooms: the Great Wall Gallery, Bar and Lounge, Salon, Imperial Dining Room, Persimmon Room, three private dining rooms served by a private bar, and an Asian awe-inspiring open kitchen at the heart. The sleek, modern space, bathed in bright turquoise, oranges, and gold and punctuated with intricate patterns, vibrant rugs, plush fabrics, and exotic Asian art, flows from one area to the next with classic Chinese peek-through screens and openings. Many dishes come in Large and Small portions, celebrating the communal shared dish, as well as lighter appetites. To the left, the Salon features seating for 14 plush couches and an amazing infinity wall art installation, a back-lit silver mirrored box that lends a surreal depth to the room and sculptural objects within, appearing to go on forever. Straight ahead lays the deluxe stool bar and seat lounge, where oversized backlit wooden moongates filled with colorful, glowing spirits set the scene.
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Asian Caucus Reflects on Successful Fall Semester | AC
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I'm very proud to be a part of BAAFF - as a filmmaker and social activist, there is no other organization I would be happier to be associated with with respect to Asian American storytelling. The events are always a powerful reminder of how strong we all are when we work and celebrate as a community. The festival takes place over 10 days so there is plenty of time to catch other films and to mingle. They are well organized and really treat you like family. I got to meet so many wonderful people from the Boston community.
Matthew G Alonsozana Dec 2, Dec 2, by Matthew G Alonsozana. As the Fall Semester comes to a close, we reflect on the immense blessings that have accompanied our tenure thus far as the Asian Caucus Co-Presidents. Indeed, it has been the greatest privilege to serve the Asian and Asian-American student body and the greater BC community with the efforts of our innovative and dedicated executive board, the support of the eight Asian culture clubs of Boston College, the advice of our mentors and advisors, and of course, the strong and constant support of the community at large.