Winners of the recent CID Community art mural contest were honored in an Aug. 29 Facebook live event emceed by Geoteaming CEO John Chen. Sponsored by Union Bank, DA LI Development USA, Ellen Ferguson, Albert Chun, Puget Sound Energy, Rocky Fong, China Harbor Restaurant, Jim Doane, and Ling Chinn, every winner got a CID restaurant […]
WeChat has traditionally been used by the Chinese American community to keep in touch with relatives in China and form new social connections here, and used for almost every aspect of communication with other Chinese Americans.
Dude, I’m gonna cut right to the chase. You will like this movie if you are:
A true fan of Keanu Reeves. I don’t mean “John Wick” Keanu. I mean “Point Break” Keanu. I’m talking “Dangerous Liaisons” Keanu.
At 80, Patti Warashina has accomplished a lot and received many prestigious awards in her distinguished art career, but her latest achievement was the 2020 Visionary Award from the Smithsonian Institute. And, this is the first time it’s been awarded to a ceramic artist.
Beginning Sept. 4, we are going to Mars, again, or trying to, via the new Netflix series, “Away.”
There are two extreme ways of dealing with criticism: President Trump’s or Pope Francis’ style. What’s the ideal roadmap?
Dear Editor, My name is Debra Lyles-Mobley. I am a 65-year-old Black woman who was born in Seattle, and started out on 10th and Jefferson, near the Ruby Chow’s Chinese restaurant (no Black people were welcomed there). Some of my fondest memories were going to Chinatown with my family, where I never felt unwelcomed. My […]
By Ruth Bayang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY As I start to resume my social life and re-engage with friends in real life after almost two months in relative pandemic isolation, a popular question seems to be, “What have you been doing?” or “What are you doing lately?” Up until recently, my answer had been, “Not much.” […]
By Kai Curry Northwest Asian Weekly “If you are an AAPI youth, we have your back.” That’s the message from Laura Talmus, co-founder of Beyond Differences, at an Aug. 26 news conference to promote Stand Up for AAPI Youth. In response to the sharp increase in racist and hate incidents towards Asian American and Pacific […]
By Ruth Bayang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Shot in the back and killed, just hours before his high school graduation. An outside review of the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO)’s handling of the Tommy Le shooting investigation said it found “serious gaps.” Le, 20, was shot and killed by a King County deputy in 2017. “I […]