WASHINGTON (AP) — The daughter of Yale Law School professor and “tiger mom’’ Amy Chua, who praised Justice Brett Kavanaugh as a mentor to women after his nomination to the Supreme Court, is going to work for Kavanaugh this summer. Yale Law graduate Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld will serve as a law clerk to Kavanaugh for a […]
By Nick Perry ASSOCIATED PRESS WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Authorities in Fiji said on June 4 that a young Texas couple vacationing in the South Pacific country died from an unidentified illness. Michelle Canalog Paul and her husband, David Paul of Fort Worth, Texas, arrived in Fiji on May 22 for a vacation. They […]
By KELVIN CHAN AP Business Writer LONDON (AP) — Facebook said it has stopped letting its apps come pre-installed on smartphones sold by Huawei in order to comply with U.S. restrictions, a move that deals a fresh blow to the Chinese tech giant. The social network said it has suspended providing software for Huawei to […]
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Vietnam’s government says it is taking more steps to prevent Chinese companies from using illegal “Made in Vietnam’’ labels to avoid high tariffs that have been imposed by the United States on Chinese goods. The customs department says textiles, fisheries, farm products, tiles, honey, iron, steel, and plywood are among the […]
HONOLULU (AP) — A record number of minority medical students have graduated from the University of Hawaii, officials said. There were 12 Native Hawaiians and 12 Filipinos among this year’s 73 graduates from the university’s John A. Burns School of Medicine, The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported. There were six Native Hawaiian and four Filipino medical school […]
By Rachel Liu Chinese Radio Seattle The 2019 “Enchanting China” Concert hosted by China Broadcasting Art Troupe (CBAT) and Seattle Chinese Radio will be held in Seattle on June 26 at McCaw Hall. Nearly 80 musicians of the CBAT will perform at this concert, featuring the renowned Chinese violinist, Lu Siqing. “Enchanting China” is an […]
Washington Congressmember Pramila Jayapal re-introduced the South Asian Heart Health Awareness and Research Act on June 5. This bipartisan bill aims to raise awareness regarding the alarming rate of heart disease in the South Asian community and invest in reversing this trend. “Heart disease in the South Asian community has risen to an alarmingly disproportionate […]
Bruce Ying Dong, 87, passed away on May 9. Born and raised in Seattle, Bruce graduated from Garfield High School and the University of Washington. Bruce taught high school history for almost 30 years in the Seattle Public Schools. He also taught at Seattle University, and he was a long-time member of the Seattle Chinese […]
Guijuan Chen, a senior, worries about living in her International District (ID) apartment alone. Problems with her balance and a few spills have left her feeling unsafe. Chen emigrated from China 25 years ago. She loves living in the ID and doesn’t want to move to a nursing home, or to leave her friends and neighborhood.
Good health habits that help you manage heart health can also help prevent stroke. The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, lists seven habits to help prevent stroke.