By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. As we head into the summer, we take a look back at a major record set by a Taiwanese athlete. In addition, Filipino American brothers are seeking to make it in the NHL. World’s fastest woman remembered This month marks the […]
If buildings could talk, Eng Suey Sun Plaza would tell you hundreds of stories of triumph and defeat, perseverance and struggles, and even hope and hopelessness.
I rose in the morning, feeling blissful even though Father’s Day was not my day. How could I be joyful during the coronavirus pandemic?
Mai Le is a California girl through and through and with school out, she can’t wait to spend the summer on the beach with her best friend, Montana.
While countless companies are laying off workers and downsizing during the coronavirus pandemic, Seattle-based Outdoor Research is doing the opposite. It is now hiring, expanding, and making masks.
Something beautiful is happening in the Chinatown-International District (ID) and it’s never happened before.
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly Hey, everyone. I know that it feels a little bit weird to consume pop culture news this week when most of our news focus should be on the George Floyd protests and furthering the conversation about why, above all, Black Lives Matter —as well as the hard work that […]
If you walk around Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (ID), you might wonder if it has been deserted—with businesses and buildings boarded up.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to a spike in meat prices, and a few friends have converted to vegetarianism. Well, not exactly.
The war between good and evil is coming and Aru Shah and her Pandava soul sisters are preparing for battle.