“So, when will you be finished with medical school?” asked my grandfather.
Family, friends, fellow classmates, teachers, staff, and guest. Welcome.
The Chinese Wushu and Taichi Academy co-hosted Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei’s lecture on June 1 at the University of Washington, through a partnership with the Chen Zhenglei Tai Chi Training Center. Chen’s disciples and students performed, along with the China Queen of Taichi — Master Gao Jiamin. Photos by George Liu/NWAW
The Poke to the Max food trucks that brought the Hawaiian poke by lauded “Godfather of Poke” chef Sam Choy to Seattle’s shores, is now on the big screen and at its new brick and mortar restaurant in Hillman City.
Jakarta, Indonesia has, by Wikipedia’s reckoning, 9,607,787 people, making it one of the world’s largest cities.
At one point in Min Bahadur Bham’s “The Black Hen,” set in a small town in Nepal during that nation’s civil war, a small boy bends over, grasping his shins as a punishment from the schoolteacher, next to two boys enduring the same punishment.
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 […]