On June 9, legislation passed by voice vote in the Senate will keep widows, widowers, and orphans of deceased U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents, who are currently in the family immigration system, from getting deported.
A free workshop series will be held by the Greater Seattle chapter of the Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) and State Farm Bank on Aug. 1 and Aug. 8. The topic will be personal finance and money management.
The National Asian Pacific Center on Again (NAPCA) is searching nationwide for a president and CEO.
On July 14, the city of Seattle announced that it is taking nominations for the Mayor’s Small Business awards.
The Northwest chapter of Families with Children from China (NW-FCC) will be having their very first teen service China trip. From July 17 to Aug. 2, 11 teenagers along with nine adults will be visiting orphanages close to Beijing, Inner Mongolia, and Xian.
On June 15, the community foundation of South Puget Sound announced the recipients of the Learning Seed Foundation scholarship.
WASHINGTON — The best time to learn a foreign language is between birth and the age of 7. Missed that window?
Fun at the Seattle Chinatown Seafair Parade 2009
Candidates for King County Executive Dow Constantine and Larry Phillips were both in the Chinatown Seafair Parade last Sunday, July 19. They have both organized fund raising events in the International District. They have been present at many Asian community dinners. They are both Democrats. And they both even wore blue shirts in the parade.
Boosting diversity in public schools is what Betty Patu and Wilson Chin, candidates for the 7th district director position on the Seattle School Board, are advocating in the King County primary on Aug. 18.