When Phyllis Wise was younger, she worried that her decision to start a family would stall her career. She knew she wasn’t advancing as quickly as her peers, and guilt plagued her.
Archives for January 2011
This fall, students at Bellevue College will welcome Chinese students into their business program, as Bellevue College (BC) and the University of Washington Bothell (UW Bothell) campus begin
This animal system is used as a means of numbering days and years, not just in China, but also in other East Asian nations like Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. The animal system is also important in astrology
Last week, the estate of Run Sen Liu settled with the City of Seattle for $2.75 million. Liu, who was an International District restaurateur, suffered life-threatening injuries while
The University of Washington Alumni Association launched an advocacy effort, known as the UW Impact, in December 2010.
Urbano Quijance, 95, died peacefully at his home in Seattle, on Jan. 22. Born in the Philippines, Urbano served his country as a defender of Bataan in WWII. He was captured as a prisoner-of-war
Super China Buffet, in Shoreline, and King Buffet, in Everett and Marysville, were found to owe 83 employees $420,000 in back wages and liquidated damages
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is lavishing the grandest of White House welcomes on Chinese President Hu Jintao as the leaders of the
NEWARK (AP) — Korean immigrants across the United States celebrated a milestone this month, marking more than 100 years since their predecessors first arrived in America
ISLAMABAD (AP) — A Pakistani actress, castigated for appearing to cuddle with an Indian actor on a reality show, lashed out at a Muslim cleric who had criticized her