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Groups of people enjoying an outdoor movie on the Worcester Common as the sunset
Photo by Erika Sidor

Kuropɔn Worcester

Yɛmansini a abakɔsɛm ne animdefoɔahyɛ mu ma. Abakɔsɛmakyitaefoɔ no anibɛsɔmfasoɔ a ɛwɔnkaedandodoɔ ne ahoni a ɛyɛfɛwɔKuropɔn no mu. Ɛmaawoɔntoatoasoɔ no, Worcester Nyankankonaɛwɔ City Hall akyihɔayɛbeaeɛhɔ ma, naɛmmomyɛnim no paaarasɛɛyɛ ma Kuropɔn no hɔanigyeɛɛneamansannhyiamudie, naɛmmomyɛnim no paaarasɛɛyɛ ma 12,000 sq. nantabonoamansanasukyeneso- mpaboatwiedan a yɛdesihɔawɔberɛbiara. Kaneaprɛsɔprɛsɔafoofi da kanea ne dɔm a ɔtwimpaboa no ma nyankanko no yɛanwanwasɛmbeasɛɛduruawɔberɛ so a,Bronya a yɛdi no wɔnsukyene so.

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AnaasɛAkyekyedeɛberimasɛdeɛmpɔtamhɔfoɔ no de ayɛn’ahotɛdin no, yɛbueanooafe1905 sɛasutireagodibea a ɛmansufoforɔmawɔn a ɔmoteKuropɔn no mu no, nkraman, ne apɔnkɔ. Ɛnɛohoni no yɛahyɛnsodie a ɛwɔ din paaara no mu baakoɛwɔKuropɔn Worcester mu.

Bronze statue of a boy riding on the backside of a turtle
A green statue of a boy swimming alongside a dolphin

Berima a ɔkuraati

Ɛyɛamansanadwinniatwerɛfoforɔ a akyerɛsɛKuropɔn no awɔhɔmfiebebree. British nipa bi a naɔyɛadwinni a nayɛfrɛ no David Wynne naɔbueanoowɔafe1974, wo hunusaahoniiyi a y’aseneyisɛɛrebafom a ɛkyerɛsɛsaaabɛɛmaayiakyereati no. Hwɛw’ani so adeɛwɔsaadwuma a ɛdiakoteneɛwɔChestnut Place courtyard.

ƆkoNkaedeɛs

Sɛwodeadwinnisene no ho anwanwadeɛ to nkyɛn a, Kuropɔn no saawɔɔkonnannkaedeɛ bi a yɛdekae Worcester atenaeɛfoɔ bi a wɔn too wɔn ho siihɔ de ɔmonkwa too hɔ dii akomaakuro no. Yɛsiiasraafoɔnkaedeɛyiɛwɔafe 1874ɛdehyɛɛmmranteɛmpemnnan a wɔn too wɔn ho siihɔmaakuoyiɛwɔɔkooberɛ no mu no animonyam. Kuropɔn no ƐwiaseAmansanko a ɔtɔsommienunkaedeɛɛsannsoyɛadefɛɛfɛ a yɛdeamansanadwinninayɔɔyɛɛnensuoakadeɛ a ɛsɔne so firiabotanni mu. Ɛwɔafe 1993, wɔsiiAnaafoɔ-atɔeɛ Asia ƆkooNkaedeɛ no sɛwɔn de bɛkaewɔn a ɔmohwereewɔnnkwaAsaasepradadaa so Ahum mu ko no.

Civil War Monument featuring heroes from various military branches

Massachusetts KoreanMfinfiniƆko no Nkaedeɛ l

Ɛyɛadwinni bi a ɛyɛfɛɛnenkaedeɛ a nteaseɛwɔm. Nkaedeɛ no kyerɛnkwa-bɔbeahonii bi a ɛfa America sraanii bi ne Korea abɔfra a ɔgyinahɔ ma mmɔframpempem bi a naɔmoyɛngyankaɛwɔ Korea a America sraanii no gyeewɔnnkwa. Deɛyɛdebɛkahobiom ne sɛsaaohoniiyi ne ɔbotantuntumyi no y’atwerɛasraaniifoɔ no din afiri Korea ɔkoo no mu, yɛ san nsowɔmiasoɔntayafononoanamonkwan bi a ɛmakwan ma wɔn a ɔkɔKuropɔn mu no hunuɔmo a wɔhwereewɔnnkwaɛwɔ Afghanistan, Gulf, Iraq,ɛnePakistan no din.

Night time scene of the streets surrounding Union Station. Car headlights shining bright
Photo by Caio Cesar Gutierres

ƐkuoAsoueɛn

Ɛnnyɛɛdansieanwanwadeɛnkoara, ɛyɛnnosoatwebeaeɛɛmaKuropɔn no nyinaa. Ɔsii no wɔafe 1911,ɔseneeketɛkeasoueɛɛwɔ French amammerɛadesuansaano. Saadanyiwɔmarmoraboabantentenakɛseɛmmienu, abotanfom, ɛnesikakɔkɔɔasiesiehɔyie. Ɛhɔsombo ma mfonintwaanaasɛsiniyie, ƐkuoAsoueɛ no kora nneɛma a atwamaberɛ a ɛrehyɛnnɔsoatwesom mu kenaɛma no daakyenyini no. Deɛɛkaketɛkeneho ne sɛ, ahɔhoɔ san nsobɛtwumiaforo taxi anaasɛɛhyɛnafiriasoueɛhɔ.

Groups of people enjoying an outdoor movie on the Worcester Common as the sunset
Photo by Erika Sidor
A green statue of a boy swimming alongside a dolphin