A friend called to complain about fake Chinese news websites, spreading rumors about coronavirus in Chinatown. “Can you write and tell people not to believe it?” she begged.
Over the years, I have collected tons of name tags from the events I attended. Plastic name tags are expensive, it is about a dollar each. I don’t throw them away.
My breakfast always consists of a fried egg every day. Want to preserve your memory? Eggs are a great benefit. The yolk also has many vitamins, including choline and lutein, that are important for brain development and memory. Eggs have good quality protein, according to Haq, regardless of their color, brown or white.
Let me begin with a thank-you to our readers, advertisers, my staff, and writers for making 2019 beyond wonders.
What do you do when grim news constantly haunts you? It’s not about the news we journalists are reporting. It’s about the adversities we face as community media. Realistically, how long can we last?
Let‘s start with the worst of 2019. I save the “best” for last, like having dessert to complete a meal. This will help us to focus on more positive news of 2019, and feel hopeful in the New Year.
I never expected so much drama in a small neighborhood election board such as Chinatown.
Confession: I stole an idea from Time Magazine, and it has benefited the Northwest Asian Weekly ever since.
Several months ago, when candidate Sam Cho’s name was mentioned, people likely responded, “Sam who?”
The Burke Museum celebrated its grand opening in October with a new building. On its opening day, I was there, searching for my favorite pieces.