By Mahlon Meyer Northwest Asian Weekly It almost seemed like a going away party. At a Dec. 10 celebration of Bruce Harrell’s election as mayor, nearly every speaker seemed to want to remind him of his connection with the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community that helped elect him. “We all did it,” said James […]
Looking for the perfect gift for the people in your life this holiday season? Here’s the Northwest Asian Weekly gift guide to help you shop for even the pickiest people.
“In the military, there’s a saying that, for every pilot, there always was a child with a dream. That really rings true for me. When I moved to the United States from Vietnam at the age of 14, I knew that I wanted to be in aviation,” says Daniel Tran, a Seattle native and recent graduate from Officer Candidate School (OCS) of the United States Navy in Newport, Rhode Island.
The annual election for the International Special Review District (ISRD) Board was held by mail, with ballots tabulated on Nov. 30.
The Seattle resident was barred from leaving despite having committed no crime. Then in November, just four days before a virtual meeting between President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping, Hsu was told to prepare to go home. He had less than 48 hours.
When people think of chrysanthemums, more commonly referred to as “mums,” they think of the colorful bunches of daisies seen in just about every floral department in a grocery store.
The application window is open through Nov. 19 at 5 p.m.
More information on the grant can be found at scidpda.org/recoveryfund.
“The strength of America is our diversity of people, ethnicities, cultures, languages, religions—this is the secret sauce of our dynamism and resilience,” said former Gov. Gary Locke in a speech last week.
Northwest Asian Weekly (NWAW) reporters and staff members won 27 awards at the annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association (WNPA) 2021 Better Newspaper Contest. The winners were announced in a virtual awards ceremony on Oct. 8.
By GENE JOHNSON Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) — President Joe Biden on Sept. 30 announced the nominee for the extremely shorthanded federal bench in Seattle: Washington state Court of Appeals Judge John H. Chun. Biden has stressed the importance of ethnic and professional diversity in his nominations. Chun, a son of Korean immigrants who has […]