Consistently named among Washington state’s top 10 web development studios by revenue, according to Puget Sound Business Journal, Pacific Software Publishing (PSP) is a champion of diversity in the region.
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.
Dr. Christopher Kodama is a man on a relationship-building mission.
By Tim Gruver Northwest Asian Weekly Most gamers have played at least one bad game in their life. But in Japan, even the worst games, commonly known as “kusoge,” can hold a place in people’s hearts. Heidi Kemps, writer, interviewer, and connoisseur of Japanese games and game history, hosted “Kusoge! Japan’s Awesomely Awful Crap Videogames” […]
By Peggy Chapman Northwest Asian Weekly “When was the last time you experienced joy?” “What’s a great book to give as a gift?” “What’s a thing that everyone you know adores, but you just don’t get it?” These are some of the questions of the day if you are a subscriber to Siren, a dating […]
“Think big,” exclaimed Jeffrey Hattori. It’s a statement that partly defines the man who speaks of honor in caring for seniors as CEO of Keiro Northwest, formerly Nikkei Concerns.
This November, voters across the country will be casting their ballot for the next U.S. president, though few will ever experience life on the campaign trail.
When Min Christ came to the United States in 1989 from her native China, she left behind a potential career in microbiology for one in real estate.
At a time when there is so much controversy over police incidents, Niraj proposes a solution for officers to become “safer and smarter.” Today, he is building his fifth startup, Seattle-based technology company, FirstTwo.