After 9 years of putting together an NBA career, which includes winning a championship, Jeremy Lin is moving on.
The master Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami (1940-2016) stuck to his filmmaking ways, even through his final illness, spending as much time as his health permitted on an abstract, feature-length project.
A tapestry of a skinless face, sparrows on a bullet-riddled target sheet, a burning sun and planet closing in on a bird, and contemplative self-portraits give you a peek into some things that run through the minds of youngsters we term as Gen Z.
“Ne Zha, a boy or girl?” A stranger asking this question would have quickly gotten a “Google it yourself” answer, but this was coming from the Russo brothers (directors of “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Endgame”) on Weibo after congratulating Yang Yu, aka Jiaozi, the director of “Ne Zha,” for breaking box office records in China.
Two NBC News journalists apologized to Andrew Yang on Sept. 6 after the Democratic presidential hopeful called out an on-screen graphic that omitted his name when listing candidates participating in the upcoming Sept. 12 debate. Yang tweeted an image of the faulty graphic, saying NBC “may have miscounted.” NBC News senior producer Michael Hopper initially […]
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The Seahawks’ home opener on Sept. 8 reminded me that I was there recently at CenturyLink Field on a bright summer day, meeting some of its giants, literally and figuratively. I’m not kidding. When I stood next to them, I was like an eager snail, trying to push my […]
“What makes you happy?” someone asked me recently. I couldn’t respond to such a profound question without doing some self-reflection.