China has 5,000 years of history in its civilization. Yet, is it going backward at barely 30 years old? This is the thinking of Y. P. Chan, a speaker at the Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce (SCCC) last Friday at the SCCC’s office.
The late martial arts movie star Bruce Lee went to the University of Washington, but never graduated.
Thach recently visited the Northwest Asian Weekly office, trying to gain support for Helping Link, a social service agency that helps Vietnamese refugees and immigrants.
As a guest to Robin and Kris Leong’s wedding on Aug. 8, I must conclude that Seattle Westin Hotel is an ideal venue to host a traditional Chinese wedding ceremony.
The other week, I dined with more than 20 members of a women’s organization in a West Seattle home. KING TV anchor Jean Erensen and KOMO TV anchor Kathi Goertzen were present.
In the first round of the Seattle City Council candidates’ forum at the Wing Luke Asian Museum, there was only one black male were among eight white males seated at the panel.
Since Scott Oki left Microsoft as senior vice president in 1992, few Asian Americans were able to break the “bamboo ceiling” for a long time at the company’s top management. Then, Dr. Qi Lu was appointed as president of Microsoft’s Digital Division in 2008.
The North Cascades scenic forests and mountain lakes enticed me to escape from the city a few weekends ago. So why the Cascades? It was only a couple-hours drive from Seattle, where Internet and cell phones are usually unavailable. If you can live without them, it would be a restful haven for you. Imagine how […]