Back in the early internet days when people were paying attention to domain names, the market was more like a pioneer days gold rush.
The 2018 Winter Olympics are less than a year away and while there’s time to get ready for Pyeongchang, South Korea, Team USA is already preparing. We take a look at four Asian Americans who are ramping up.
William Satake Blauvelt, musician, composer, and professor at Seattle University, admits, not quite believing himself, that the Aono Jikken Ensemble (AJE), over which he presides, started 20 years ago.
Photos by Arlene Dennistoun/NWAW
The Asia Pacific Cultural Center’s 19th annual New Year event featured Guam this year, and Guamanians cheerfully shouted, “Hafa Adai!” which means ‘welcome’ in the Chamorro language.
“Call me Zak to make life easier for everyone,” said Ramadan-Jradi. He was affable and enthusiastic about the upcoming rollout of connecting various electronic medical record systems throughout MCC’s network members.
Diabetes is a disease that is quickly becoming a global epidemic.
Unplugging from your phone and laptop for at least an hour more each day has also been shown to increase overall productivity.
The Bellevue Collection, Seattle Chinese Culture and Arts Association, Overseas Community Affairs Council Taiwan and the Taiwan Benevolent Association of America, hosted a Lunar New Year celebration on Feb. 4 at Bellevue Square in Center Court. The celebration featured numerous traditional and contemporary cultural demonstrations including martial arts, music, dance, and visual arts.
Welcome to the first Apop! column of 2017! A lot has changed since we were last together. Read on to find out what’s happened in the new year.