The meticulous workout schedule, detailed diet, and instructive reading material make up a portion of the daily life of Bruce Lee, which went on display Oct. 1 at the Wing Luke Museum in Chinatown.
By Alexis Mansanarez Northwest Asian Weekly Words matter. That was the message Jose Antonio Vargas shared in front of an at-capacity University of Washington (UW) lecture hall Oct. 6, and a phrase that has framed his career. Vargas elaborated on the complexity of migration and population changes within the United States, and used his own […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly The Northwest Asian Weekly took home 13 awards on Oct. 14, at the 129th Annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association (WNPA) Convention in Wenatchee. “What makes the Asian Weekly great is teamwork from writers to the editors,” said Northwest Asian Weekly’s publisher Assunta Ng. “I am thrilled to see our writers’ […]
Editor’s note: This was written by Mona Lee Locke and posted on her Facebook page. I am appalled that this election has become the biggest reality show of our country’s recent history. In fact, I am so sick to my stomach that I have to speak out. I have been sexually harassed. Not once, not […]
Not to be confused with Bill Bryant — the man running for governor of Washington state — Bill Bryant, the entrepreneur and local startup investor, has some impressive feathers in the cap of his own.
By Ruth Bayang Northwest Asian Weekly Ten Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Americans in the Greater Seattle Area were honored as “visionaries” by the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation on Oct. 7, at the third annual Visionary Award Gala at Seattle’s China Harbor Restaurant. This year’s focus was “Asian Americans in Tech and Innovation.” Northwest Asian […]
Angels may have wings and be able to fly, but angel investors don’t.
Candidates from all over the state gathered on Sept. 22 for the 7th Annual Ethnic Media Candidates Meet n Greet at the Nagomi Tea House.
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly After Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) Director Ray Hoffman announced his decision last June to step down from his seven-and-a-half-year tenure, Mayor Ed Murray thanked him for his 26-year public utilities career in the city. About a month later, Murray announced his selection of Philadelphia’s utility executive and planner as […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) presented initial design renderings on Sept. 29 for the upcoming renovation and expansion of the Asian Art Museum, set to begin fall 2017. This would be the first substantial renovation to the historic building since 1933. It will bring the museum up to 21st-century standards […]