Is your partner getting just a little too familiar? Feeling the doldrums of a love life that is all work and no play?
It sits on your wrist, just as a wristwatch would. And in a moment when the world fears infections more than almost anything, it knows exactly where you are.
A century of racist attacks detailed in the new PBS documentary series “Asian Americans’’ might have felt like ancient history just a few months ago.
The war between good and evil is coming and Aru Shah and her Pandava soul sisters are preparing for battle.
Hand picking a few people in the community who will further your agenda?? Really? Seattle City Councilmembers Tammy Morales, Teresa Mosqueda, and Kshama Sawant… are you listening? A Change.org petition against Council Bill (CB) 119796 has garnered close to 2,500 signatures in 48 hours—signed by residents, business owners, visitors, and elders of the Chinatown International-District […]
Insignificant. Unseen. Ignored.
That’s how Kert Lin, 35, of Seattle felt, as he heard someone yell “Chink, open your eyes, go back to China!” when he pulled into the parking lot of Home Depot on 2701 Utah Avenue South, just outside the International District (ID) on May 12.
One mid-April afternoon, three masked men made their way through the Chinatown-International District, their faces fully covered with cloth and dark glasses.
The most effective scenes in “Driveways” come quietly, which filmmaker Andrew Ahn understood, because he made most of the scenes come quietly.