By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Each year, the Northwest Asian Weekly sends a team of intrepid film reviewers to the Seattle International Film Festival to pick out the best Asian and Asian American films. Starting this week and running through the end of May, we will be reviewing our picks for the most interesting APA […]
Archives for May 2013
By Vivian Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly TIME and the most influential Asians TIME recently published the 2013 TIME 100 — its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world — which showcases leading visionaries across all industries from art and politics to business and pop culture.
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly New routes from Seattle to multiple airports in Asia will begin to see travel in June, as Delta Airlines and All
By Elizabeth Wang Northwest Asian Weekly Thirteen women and the Susan G. Komen Foundation were honored for transforming their traumas into
By Shin Yu Pai Northwest Asian Weekly From new media such as soundscapes and videos to more traditional methods like painting, sculpture, and photography,
By Assunta Ng What do Lloyd Hara, Sharon T. Santos, Christine Gregoire, Gary Locke, Maria Cantwell, Patty Murray, and Jay Inslee all have in common?
When KIRO released a special investigation on Asian restaurants and health violations earlier in May, many people were understandably worried. Food safety is an important issue and making sure the restaurants where you eat are serving safe food is a priority. However, on occasions such as these, it’s important to do your own research and […]
Kin On hosted their second annual Karaoke Fundraiser on May 19 at China Harbor Restaurant, raising proceeds towards the expansion and renovation of the organization’s properties.
Christine Kimiko Ito was crowned the Japanese Queen of Washington on May 4. Ito also received the title of Miss Tomodachi, which means “friend” in Japanese, through a vote by her fellow participants. The titles comes with a scholarship presented by the Seattle-Kobe Sister City Association.
OCA Greater Seattle released a book, “Chinese in Washington State,” on May 13, written by Art Chin and Doug Chin on the history of Chinese people in the state of Washington.