Tag: Boston

17th July 2012 Washington DC, USA

by Peter Westmacott

Former Ambassador to the United States of America

An Ambassador’s perspective: Boston knows innovation

The Boston area is home to many of the most famous sites of America’s break from Britain – the Old State House, where the royal governors sat; the Old North Church that launched Paul Revere’s famous ride; the harbour where the first tea party took place; and battlefields like Bunker Hill, Lexington and Concord where […]

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21st September 2011

Robin Twyman

by Robin Twyman

Consul for Business and Government Affairs

I will remember Massachusetts

“To be honest, the first things that come to mind when I think of Massachusetts are Sam Adams ale, the Kennedys, the Red Sox, the original Tea Party….and the Bee Gees (“feel I’m going back to Massachusetts”, sung at notes too painful for me to reach).  But having spent two days this week in Boston, […]

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