A collection of art, culture, music, and history peppered with lectures on varied topics, is set to give people a taste of South Asia.
Not to be confused with Bill Bryant — the man running for governor of Washington state — Bill Bryant, the entrepreneur and local startup investor, has some impressive feathers in the cap of his own.
Coming up this weekend is the 21st annual TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival. Formerly known as the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, TWIST has 65 programs lined up this year.
In this edition, we talk Jeremy Lin, Nonito Donaire, Doug Baldwin, and how a Chinese rock band is indirectly helping the Washington Redskins.
Since 1997, the Northwest Asian Weekly has recognized individuals who have not only exemplified greatness in their work but who are also forward-thinking innovators. We celebrate visionaries and pioneers. For the first time this year, we focused on technology and innovation, a field in which many APIs excel in this field. We chose honorees who […]
Angels may have wings and be able to fly, but angel investors don’t.
Candidates from all over the state gathered on Sept. 22 for the 7th Annual Ethnic Media Candidates Meet n Greet at the Nagomi Tea House.
For David Kang, an Asian American casting director and producer, his path to Hollywood has been anything but conventional.
The Chinese “I Ching,” sometimes known as the “Book of Changes,” is an ancient divination text, sometimes treated as a work of philosophy, and one of the best-known Chinese texts in the West.
Over 80 people attended an AAPI community welcome reception for the new Seattle Colleges Chancellor on Sept. 20 at Joyale Seafood Restaurant.. The event was Dr. Peter Ku’s (Chancellor from 1998 to 2003) idea. A committee was formed and the reception became a reality, thanks to planning members Maria Lamarca Anderson, Michael Lock, May Lukens, […]