BOYLSTON CHESS CLUB
THURSDAY NIGHT SWISS
5 THURSDAY EVENT
Au Bon Pain Chess Cafe, Harvard Square
NM Chris Williams tops!
(seen here at the chess tables, playing blitz)
Professor Natesh Pillai, Harvard University,
warming up at blitz chess, plans to play some serious
chess at the BCC this coming Fall Semester.
Mei Geddes pondering her chess position,
surrounded by her colorful origami cranes.
Born in Anhui Province, China, and raised in California, Meia graduated
from Brown University this Spring of 2014,
with a concentration in English and Literary Arts. Awarded
a Fulbright Grant, Meia will teach English this
Winter in South Africa. Meia generates creativity and
thoughts of peace where ever she goes and is a catalyst
for world integration and harmony.
CHINA/HARVARD SQUARE INTERFACE
Meia engages interest in cranes with Chinese girls from summer
camp at her Crane Table in front of Au Bon Pain Chess Cafe.
BEAUTY: A SIMPLE GESTURE
Meia shows her pink crane earring.
Chinese sister and brother, on vacation in USA,
in total amazement as they watch a blitz chess game
at the chess tables of Au Bon Pain Cafe.
CHESSMEN OF HARVARD SQUARE
IM Marc Esserman holds court in a blitz game with Daniel,
who has also played tournament chess at the BCC,
while (left to right) Bob, Corey, Misha and Professor Jerry
Williams, watch in total rapture.
WEEK-DAY 12 NOON CHESS ACTIVITY
Resident Chess Master Andre Froem (right) takes
his turn with white pieces in a blitz chess match with
one of his clients, at the chess tables, Harvard Square,
Cambridge, MA USA. In the evening hours, these chess tables
are full of BCC players engaging in recreational fast chess.
Professor Jerry Williams lends an artistic flavor to this
scene, during an entertaining 3 minute blitz chess game.
Meia Geddes with her collection of origami crane creations.
With her newsletter and friendship network, Meia promotes a
positive outlook on the world and radiates peace into our Global Village.
Come, visit her for a chat, a chess game, and a free crane.
PHOTOS STEVE STEPAK
Photo: Meia Geddes
Sweet Chinese Calligraphy
Jun Yi, 15 yr old chess player
living in Arlington, MA