The Southeast Asia Center at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and the Libraries at the University of Washington (UW) will spearhead a new initiative of innovative collaborations to explore the effects and consequences of authoritarianism in Southeast Asia and on Southeast Asian American communities in the United States.
The South Asian Heart Health Awareness and Research Act passed the House of Representatives on Sept. 29.
When the world was stopped in its tracks by a virus, John Chen, who claims not to own a crystal ball, guessed things weren’t going to get back to normal soon.
Aaliyah Mae Lewis of Tacoma is among the inaugural class of McDonald’s/APIA Scholars.
International Community Health Services (ICHS) has been recognized for its success protecting children through vaccination.
Remmie Health, a start-up for telemedicine business founded by a Seattle-based biomedical engineer, Jane Zhang, launched its first telemedicine product on Sept. 30.
The American Heart Association is seeking parties interested in its Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund
Amidst the tropical trees and scrub brush, the trailer with its assortment of electronic gear, plastic tubing, and gigantic plastic tubs doesn’t look like much. But when attached to a pickup truck, it can be hauled all over the island and quickly turned into a portable shower unit for up to four people.
A Chinese pharmaceutical company said on Sept. 24 the coronavirus vaccine it is developing should be ready by early 2021 for distribution worldwide, including the United States.
The Justice Department is seeking an immediate ban on downloads of WeChat in Apple and Google app stores, saying the Chinese-owned messaging service is a threat to the security of the United States.