The coronavirus has redefined the meaning of a good death. What is a good death?
Last week, two good Samaritans wanted to donate masks to the Asian Weekly. Initially, I declined. We have bought masks for ourselves and our employees. My oldest son, who works in Hong Kong, mailed us two boxes of masks.
Can bananas cure coronavirus? What about lemon and garlic? How about vitamins?
Gov. Jay Inslee spoke on live television ordering us to stay home to fight coronavirus. He was like a gentle parent pleading with his child. He never raised his voice.
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Every day, I pray that Chinatown will be spared from the coronavirus. That’s wishful thinking since it has now become a pandemic. No one expected the wife of Canada’s Prime Minister to get the virus. Yet, she has it, along with Academy-award winner Tom Hanks and his wife, Rita […]
A friend called to complain about fake Chinese news websites, spreading rumors about coronavirus in Chinatown. “Can you write and tell people not to believe it?” she begged.
Durkan visited Chinatown thrice in three days, including hosting a dim sum lunch to support the community during tough times.
Over the years, I have collected tons of name tags from the events I attended. Plastic name tags are expensive, it is about a dollar each. I don’t throw them away.
My breakfast always consists of a fried egg every day. Want to preserve your memory? Eggs are a great benefit. The yolk also has many vitamins, including choline and lutein, that are important for brain development and memory. Eggs have good quality protein, according to Haq, regardless of their color, brown or white.
People imagine I get “scoops” because I have a famous friend. It doesn’t work that way.