The Chinese Information and Service Center (CISC) held its first annual walkathon fundraising event at Safeco Field.
Jeffery Hattori was appointed by the Nikkei Concerns (NC) Board of Directors as NC’s new chief executive officer (CEO).
The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation named 253 finalists in its 2010 Class of Scholars from a pool of 2,200 semifinalists.
The Seattle Chinese Women’s Club (SCWC) was held at the Bellevue Hilton and was attended by 300 people including Director General Daniel Liao and Director Jeffrey Yu of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Seattle (TECO).
Sunday, March 14
Riverhead Books invites you to meet Chang-Rae Lee, as he signs copies of “The Surrendered”
1801 10th Ave. N.W., Issaquah
For Costco members only
The giant-sized scrapbook filled with newspaper articles about her lifesaving work in Southeast Asia is worn out. Years of adding new clippings have taken a toll on its torn and weakened binding.
The Indeterminate Sentence Review Board (ISRB) unanimously found Tony Ng parolable to his final robbery sentence, which begins in March.
Dr. Henry Lee is the type of man that says “no problem,” though his career revolves around problems. Lee is a forensic scientist that has assisted in more than 6,000 cases and is renowned for his ability to glean clues from the scant pieces of evidence collected from crime scenes. Lee often works with corpses, but says that it is worse when there isn’t a body to examine. Even then, he managed to solve cases.
Alexa Loo dreamed big. An accountant by day, she never lost sight of her Olympic dreams. At age 37, she is older than most athletes at the Olympic Winter Games. She has a degree in commerce from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.
The Diversity Makes a Difference scholarship program celebrates young people who are committed to reaching out across cultural lines. Students are nominated by their school as being champions of diversity.