By Arlene Kiyomi Dennistoun Northwest Asian Weekly Community by Design: Main Streets in a Changing America is a new design exhibit featuring the Seattle Chinatown International District (ID) as one of six cities on display at the Center for Architecture and Design. The Center, built in the old Elliot Bay Bookstore, is a landmark building […]
With over 25 years of experience in airport operation and management, Lance Lyttle is something of a world traveler himself.
Back in the early internet days when people were paying attention to domain names, the market was more like a pioneer days gold rush.
By Janice Nesamani NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The new Food Safety Rating System has made its presence felt in the International District (ID). While not all restaurants have been inspected as per the new system yet, we checked with those that have and found that the process is painless, but makes an impact on […]
By Nina Huang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY What do you get when the Seattle CEO who made headlines in 2015 for announcing he will pay his employees a minimum of $70,000, partners with a Thai computer engineer? A successful partnership that helps the Thai restaurant community work more efficiently and profitably. Saksit Udompanit, CEO of SmilePOS, […]
When it comes to Lunar New Year, your year is what you eat. Want luck, prosperity, good fortune, and longevity?
Where do you go for great food, fast service, and variety? The Chinatown/International District (ID).
Last week, eight hungry souls bundled up in thick jackets, with Seahawks hats and scarves, were hovering around the Uwajimaya Food Court in the International District. I recognized one of them as my former mentee.
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The contrasting emotions between the two generations of King Donuts, a family business, couldn’t be more obvious at its farewell party last weekend. Located at 9232 Rainier Avenue South, King Donuts announced early this year that the husband and wife owners, Chea Pol and Heng Hay, would be retiring […]
By Ruth Bayang Northwest Asian Weekly John Yin of Everett pleaded guilty to wire fraud for selling revenue-suppression software that allowed businesses to cheat on their taxes. The scam cost the U.S. government more than $3.4 million. The U.S. Department of Justice said in a Dec. 2 news release that Yin sold software built by […]