Flying high from the world stage of Cirque du Soleil to local favorite Teatro ZinZanni (TZ), Ling Rui is excited to be back on stage performing for Greater Seattle area audiences.
Where Beauty Lies, the newest exhibition at the Wing Luke Museum, takes on the topic of beauty, particularly as it pertains to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI).
John ChenJohn Chen is the CEO Geoteaming. A self-proclaimed “extreme leader,” John climbs mountains, walks on fire, swims with dolphins, rides Harleys, and snowboards out of helicopters.
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly Earlier this month, Seattle Police Department (SPD) head, Chief Carmen Best, and SPD Assistant Chief of the Criminal Investigations Bureau, Deanna Nollette, sat down to an interview with Northwest Asian Weekly to talk about some pressing concerns that the Asian/Pacific Islander (API) community has about public safety and more. […]
By Janice Nesamani NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Would you write a book that chronicled your failures, exposed your most vulnerable moments, or acknowledged your mistakes? In a world that prizes flawless Instagram pictures, Hao Lam chose to do just that. In his book ‘From Bad to Worse to Best in Class,’ Lam takes us back in […]
By Mahlon Meyer Northwest Asian Weekly Thirty years after his father gave up everything to give him a better future in the United States, Tien Ha can finally help him to get back home again. “I’m buying my father a plane ticket,” said Ha, 37. “He’s going to spend the Lunar New Year in Vietnam.” […]
By Ruth Bayang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The Northwest Asian Weekly (NWAW) won 11 awards at the annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association (WNPA) 2019 Better Newspaper Contest, including four first place wins—a record in NWAW history. WNPA representatives announced the winners during the annual convention awards dinner in Olympia on Oct. 11. Stacy Nguyen, Kai Curry, […]
Teresita Batayola, president and CEO of International Community Health Services (ICHS), will receive an award as one of the most influential Filipina women in the world from the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN). Batayola, who had led ICHS since 2005, will be honored under the “Builder” award category. “Builders” have demonstrated exceptional organizational impact at a […]
More than 100 people attended the first ever “Voice of Aegis”—a Chinese singing competition, held by Aegis Gardens Newcastle on Sept. 28. The Rong Rong Chinese Folk Choir of Seattle, Seattle Chinese Chorus, Seattle Chinese Arts Group, and Hwa Sheng Chinese Opera Club, along with local soloists and opera singers, formed four teams for the […]
Redmond students Parth Shakya of Alcott Elementary and Ananya Gupta of Audubon Elementary were recently awarded silver and bronze, respectively, for their illustrated writing submissions in the annual Eye Level Literary Award. This year’s topic was “If I could change one thing in the world…” Shakya and Gupta were among 10 people to receive the […]