Brian Imanuel is a 17-year-old Indonesian of Chinese descent who happens to be really, really talented at rapping.
Paul Hiroshima had it all. He was charming and good looking, known for his artistic talents and a great dancer.
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Do you remember what you accomplished when you were in your 20s? If you scratch your head, sigh, and think, “Absolutely nothing,” you are not alone. While some regret many missed opportunities to serve the community, it’s never too late to help others or give back. The founders and […]
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Father’s Day is coming, and I am pondering how lucky I was to have two fathers. However, I never felt like I had a father when I was growing up. My parents divorced when I was 5 or 6. Now with divorce rates as high as 40 to 50 […]
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY I never expected to be in New York this year. By a twist of fate, I was there last week. What lured me to this city of glamor in the past was materialism and fantasy, never its people or the least — its environment. In retrospect, it could be […]
The only weekly English-edition newspaper serving the Asian community in the state of Washington for 35 years. “Let’s hear it for the Northwest Asian Weekly. The lively, informative newspaper, a must-read for 35 years, covers the latest news, ranging from business developments to personalities, politics and pop culture. The Asian Weekly forges the bonds […]
By Samantha Pak Northwest Asian Weekly The Metropolitans By Carol Goodman Viking Books for Young Readers, 2017 Meet Kiku, Madge, Joe, and Walt, four 13-year-olds who find themselves at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City when Japan bombs Pearl Harbor and pulls the United States into World War II. As everyone tries […]
I’ve heard that someone going through the symptoms of withdrawal can be dramatic, but it’s only been recently that I’ve seen the effects in person. Just to be sure, I searched online to better understand some of these symptoms.
Small businesses often face tough challenges and at times, they don’t know where to seek help.
This month, we learn that Asians can do other things besides engineering and doctoring. Like, Asians can be underwear models and they can make stop-motion films and they can get really, really mad when their K-pop gets co-opted.