Two weeks ago, he finally put his child’s car seat away. Elisha Edwin had kept it in the car for three years, although it had remained empty.
In West Seattle, on the grounds of South Seattle College, is a verdant tribute to U.S.-Chinese relations.
As the Keiro Northwest nursing home nears its closing, CEO Bridgette Takeuchi confirmed to the Northwest Asian Weekly that five people have died since the announcement of the closure.
The famous Chinese love story, The Butterfly Lovers (Liang Shanbo yu Zhu YingTai), is coming to Seattle’s McCaw Hall in September, with the Beijing Dance Academy, thanks to Li Hengda of Hengda Dance Academy.
Imagine for a minute that you don’t know who your mother is. Now imagine that you are that mother, and you don’t know what became of your daughter.
By Kai Curry Northwest Asian Weekly There were tears throughout the room as the campaign volunteer on the screen said, “We have a lot of work to do. The primary has ended. The injustice has not.” The event was a special screening of Netflix’s documentary, “Knock Down the House,” at the Riveter in Capitol Hill. […]
By Mahlon Meyer Northwest Asian Weekly University of Washington (UW) professor and novelist Shawn Wong last week said his battle with Penguin Random House over the copyright of “No-No Boy,” the first Japanese American novel, was coming to a positive close, although he could not provide details. The victory was part of Wong’s life-long mission […]
When this human bundle of energy walks into a room in the International District, everyone takes notice.
By Staff NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY SEATTLE — Keiro Northwest announced on May 8 that it is closing several of its programs, citing “significant financial challenges over the last decade, triggered by the Medicaid Shortfall of 2008-2010.” “We have done everything in our power to continue to deliver the full range of services offered by Keiro […]
In the new Seattle Opera Center, a quote by the Opera’s founder, Glynn Ross, reads in part, “We are not custodians of the old order. We are not curators of establishment art. We must be oriented towards the future…”