A mid-autumn party invitation arrived. It stated, “Dress Code: Chinese Style Preferred.” While some female guests are dying for the opportunity, I am just the opposite.
“What makes you happy?” someone asked me recently. I couldn’t respond to such a profound question without doing some self-reflection.
My biggest companion, besides my family and work, is food. I snack constantly. My snacks yield not only fewer calories, they taste awesome and provide health benefits. Here is my list.
Embellishing resumes are nothing new. When someone claims she writes for a news organization for two years, but hasn’t—that’s not an embellishment—it’s a lie.
My recent trip to Toronto (my 4th visit) was surprisingly unpredictable. It happened the minute I landed on Canadian soil. I not only missed the connecting flight in Vancouver B.C. to Ottawa, but lost my luggage upon arrival.
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY There is a saying, “Men forget, but won’t forgive,” and “Women forgive, but won’t forget.” Unfortunately, I represent both genders’ characteristics as a voter: I don’t forget and won’t forgive what the candidates have done. The Northwest Asian Weekly does not endorse candidates in the primary election, but will […]
Running two weeklies for 37 years is daunting in this internet age. I credit my strength to… nuns.
Lately, I have been celebrating my newfound freedom and discovery of a whole new world. My eyes used to be lousy. What I saw was mostly blurry, yellowish, dark, and distorted images. I couldn’t even read without glasses and I had to have the big numbers on my digital clock inches from me on an end table. I worried that I might lose my sight one day.
If you have been working hard to lose weight, and it hasn’t happened, what should you do next? If you have back and neck pain, do you just pop a painkiller in your mouth?
I have met three Democratic presidential hopefuls, from the highest in the polls to the ones not so high…Aren’t I lucky!?