The Culture Center of TECO in Boston was established on September 14th, 1991 with the purpose of serving overseas compatriots, promoting overseas cultural and educational work, and assisting overseas compatriot-operated businesses. Originally located at 65 Harrison Avenue in Chinatown, the Culture Center relocated to 90 Lincoln Street in the Newton Highlands area on February 21st, 2007. Our staff is available to provide services from 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Tuesday through Sunday. Equipped with two classrooms, a multi-purpose room and a library, the center works with experts from overseas compatriots and their organizations to hold diverse activities, including Taichi class, Yuan Chi dance, Hakka dance, yoga, and Zumba. Our focus on contemporary overseas compatriots affairs work is providing diversified services for our compatriots, including liaison services aimed at overseas compatriot-operated businesses, guidance to overseas students returning for further studies, overseas compatriots identification services, correspondence education, and overseas news broadcasting and information dissemination, among other work. Most importantly, we aim to promote Taiwanese culture and further enhance our understanding and interaction with American society.