“He had many different interests, pursued them in a humble way, and succeeded in everything,” Sheenie Yip, a marketing intern at Wing Luke Museum, said about Bruce Lee.
Pianist and keyboardist Masabumi Kikuchi, aka Poo Sun, aka Poo, was born in Tokyo in 1939 and died in Manhasset, N.Y. in 2015.
The concentration camps at Minidoka and Tule Lake, where Japanese American families would live for the next four years, were hot and dusty. Communal bathrooms were filthy and had no partitions.
The Experience Music Project Museum (EMP) has been supporting Seattle’s music industry for more than a decade with its annual competition called Sound off!, the Northwest’s premier 21-and-under battle of the bands.
The 32nd Bellevue Festival of the Arts (BFoA) will take place this weekend (July 29–31) as a part of “Bellevue Arts Fair Weekend.”
After a 28-year run of the most classic Broadway show of all time, the New York production of The Phantom of the Opera has made history this year by recruiting the first Asian American Christine, Ali Ewoldt.
Imagine an orchestra of girls from Japan performing with musicians from Washington.
Hang on, Filharmaniacs! The Filharmonic are returning to Western Washington on May 12 to perform at the University of Washington’s Tacoma campus, and on May 13, at South Puget Sound College.
The ninja warriors were fierce, focused, and fun-driven. Kids between ages 6 and 18 leapt, scampered, swung, climbed, and grappled their way to the finish line on a 130-foot, indoor, inflatable obstacle course.
By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly “Way back in high school, I had already decided that I would live in Japan one day. It wasn’t enough to simply vacation there, I wanted to fully experience life in Japan.” That’s Lucas Kelleher, current Seattle resident, originally from Iowa. The author of “Shakotan Blue,” a memoir assembled […]