Kiki Yeung is the force behind an all-Asian line up comedy show, Crazy Woke Asians (CWA). The energetic comedian, producer, actress, writer, and director throws 110% of herself into producing and working the show, taking it cross country.
Healing from trauma often comes from sharing, which is one of the hardest things to do. Beautiful Country, the autobiographical novel by Qian Julie Wang, details her experiences as a young Chinese girl, and illegal immigrant, in New York City.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon made a visit to Seattle for a town meeting with clients and employees. On Oct. 6, he met with members of the media in which he spoke about the company’s commitment to social justice issues.
As a young boy, Robin Leong was very athletic, but because of his size, he was usually picked last for sports and games at recess and in P.E.
“My growth spurt didn’t happen until high school,” he said.
“No Time to Die” is a tribute to the 007 franchise, and fittingly so, as it is reported to be Craig’s last installment as the British secret serviceman—just when I decided I want him back. (But do our heroes ever go away anymore? Is Ironman really gone? I’ll leave that there.)
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This month, we take a look at the retirement of Manny Pacquiao from boxing, Shoehei Otani, and Suni Lee’s gold star performance on TV.
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly The Northwest Nikkei Museum and the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington hosted a Speaker Series in September which highlighted the past accomplishments of Nikkei pioneers in sports. The rich history of sports clubs established by Japanese Americans reflects its strong community ties. Entitled “Hidden Histories of Nikkei […]
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly Man, I don’t have much snark for you in this column, and I am disappointed in myself too. Here’s a bunch of earnestness, sigh! OMG, there are so many Asians at the Met Gala now! Mom, we’ve made it! This year’s Met Gala theme was “In America: A Lexicon […]
Enter the gates of the Chinatown-International District (CID) and witness the return of Seattle’s vibrant cultures at the night market! Take a look around. You’ll definitely find a small souvenir to take home. Or take a smell around. The aroma of BBQ spring rolls has filled every nose on the street.
As high amounts of COVID-19 cases remain constant, intensive care units remain full and vaccination campaigns stagnate, doctors say getting vaccinated has become a “civic responsibility.”