Yoshiro Philip Hayasaka, known as Philip, passed away peacefully on Sept. 3. He was 94.
The coronavirus pandemic hit restaurants hard, especially buffet restaurants. What used to be an advantage for buffet restaurants, has now become a nightmare.
The photo on the woman’s iPhone shows a blackened and swollen face with a feeding tube coming into a mouth just below the mustache. Her husband had taken care of every aspect of her life after she was diagnosed with lung cancer 10 years ago, had a stroke, and became virtually paralyzed.
A panel of appeals court judges repeatedly challenged the legal claims of a group that accuses Harvard University of intentional discrimination against Asian American students who apply to the Ivy League school on Sept. 16.
Asian Americans are experiencing increased racism during COVID-19, according to two reports released on Sept. 17 by Stop AAPI Hate and the Stop AAPI Hate Youth Campaign.
The City of Seattle announced on Sept. 21 that as of the end of August, it has enrolled 11,825 new households into the Utility Discount Program (UDP) in 2020, including 8,173 through the fast-track application process launched in March to more quickly support customers financially impacted by COVID-19.
Taiwan Professional (TP) Tea held its official grand opening on Sept. 17.
Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) is holding its annual Night Market on Oct. 1—virtually—in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Refugee Artisan Initiative (RAI), a local nonprofit, is looking to sell 1,500 VOTE masks by Nov. 3, on Election Day.
Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu officially announced on Sept. 15 that she is mounting a campaign for mayor.