At first, “Alone” looks like a case of voyeurism. Then it looks like a thriller, then a home invasion scenario, then supernatural.
I’m no millionaire. So my little family and I limit vacations that require travel by plane, and our travels overseas are even less frequent.
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience teamed up with the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park, InterIm Community Development Association, and the U.S. Forest Service – Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest to bring the neighborhood BioBlitz and Family Fun Day on May 21.
By Fred Yee Special to the Northwest Asian Weekly Four board members of the Chinese American Citizen Alliance (CACA) Seattle Lodge joined 25 others from CACA lodges around the country for a 5-day whirlwind visit to Washington, D.C. The purpose of the trip, which began May 1, was to visit congressional members or their staff […]
Friends and former Microsoft employees Ke Chen, 27, and Neima Shahidy, 28, founded Beauty Beyond Borders (3B) in early 2015 while they were doing work unrelated to beauty.
Imagine an orchestra of girls from Japan performing with musicians from Washington.
Sue Williams has worked in China for many years and directed five feature documentaries about China, told through the perspective of its citizens.
Except for one quick, brutal, and negligible scene early on, “The Final Master” abides by that most sacred of martial arts film shibboleths: The challengers must attack the Master one at a time.
The Bellevue Arts Museum gave us an exclusive preview on May 19 of Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair and Balance and Tension: The Furniture of Seth Rolland. The exhibition (May 20–Aug 14) explores the 50-year history of the fashion spectacle that redefined concepts of beauty, style, and empowerment for African Americans. Photos […]
This Thai feature doesn’t show us the island until very late in the film. It’s not all that big on funerals either. What it does show us, for most of its 1 hour and 44 minutes, is three people arguing which direction to go in their car. One of them is always sure that at least one of the others is wrong — that they missed a turn, took a wrong turn, blew through an intersection, or got spun around in wide, slow-going circles.