When was the last time you noticed the sign on your favorite restaurant or coffee shop’s bathroom? You might have seen changes recently.
How does an American woman who doesn’t speak Japanese manage to run a traditional Japanese guest house called a ryokan?
Johnnie To’s “Three” opens with a surgery. Scheduled surgery, emergency surgery, the action doesn’t make it clear which — possibly some of both — with the circumstances left unstated.
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Sgt. Wing Woo is being treated at Harborview Medical Center, after being airlifted from Hawaii on June 30. Woo was bodysurfing with his 14-year-old son, while vacationing in Maui on June 24, when a wave wiped him. Wing hit his head on the ocean floor. He was knocked unconscious before […]
For six years, Wen has lived in an orphanage in rural China. She was left at the gate when she was only 5 and in all those years, the only person she considers family is her best friend, Shu Ling, the girl who befriended her the day she arrived.
A 2012 South Seattle College graduate and Seattle native is serving with a U.S. Navy electronic attack squadron that flies the Navy’s newest and most technologically-advanced aircraft, the EA-18G Growler.
Tucked in the middle of Chinatown is a new Vietnamese dessert establishment — the very first of its kind in Seattle.
Brilliantly stunning native attire, artwork, music and dance performances, plus food from all over the world, were featured at the 8th annual Kent International Festival on June 4, at the Showare Center. Nancy Skipton, festival director, said about 4,000 people attended the one-day event. With Kent being the 17th most diverse city in the nation, […]
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