I never expected so much drama in a small neighborhood election board such as Chinatown.
Frank Langfitt’s 2019 book The Shanghai Free Taxi: Journeys with the Hustlers and Rebels of the New China is the first-hand story of a long-time foreign correspondent and current NPR reporter who lived and worked in China in the 1990s and more recently in the 2010s.
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY In this season of gratitude, I’d like to try something revolutionary. Call it my personal exploration. It’s challenging and fun for me and, perhaps, for you as well. But it makes sense to take a break from what you normally do. I know my list might piss off some […]
At 17, Ali Chu has grown up as the only Asian person in her Indiana school. And to fit in, she knows she must be as bland as white toast to survive—meaning eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and ignoring the racism from her classmates and teachers.
Confession: I stole an idea from Time Magazine, and it has benefited the Northwest Asian Weekly ever since.
Thousands of fans gathered across downtown Seattle on Nov. 12 to celebrate the Seattle Sounders’ MLS Cup victory and championship. It began at Westlake Park and ended with a rally at Seattle Center.
Several months ago, when candidate Sam Cho’s name was mentioned, people likely responded, “Sam who?”
This column, I feel like, is largely about how Asian people fall prey to things out of their control.
“If you’re feeling stressed, give Ally a hug.”
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.