Bo… wore a black cap and gown with crimson hood when he accepted his diploma at a commencement ceremony in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He flashed a broad smile and joined several hundred other students who came from all corners of the globe to study at the Ivy League school.
Bo Guagua received a master’s degree in public policy. After stepping off the graduation stage, he waved to friends in the audience.
Approached by Reuters after the ceremony, Bo Guagua declined to talk about his plans.
“I just want to enjoy the day and spend time with my classmates,” he said in a British-tinged accent.
He then hugged friends and chatted with faculty.
In recent weeks, though, Bo Guagua has kept a lower profile. Classmates and acquaintances told Reuters he has skipped some pre-graduation parties on the advice of his family.
Bo Junior won’t be returning to China anytime soon. According to the grapevine, he’ll stay on in the United States to read law. Maybe he can do that at NYU? That way he can be fellow students with Chen Guangcheng.