By Associated Press SALEM, Ore. (AP) – A Chinese national in Oregon sent hundreds of supposedly broken iPhones to Apple over two years, and got replacements under warranty of almost 1,500 devices. The other big problem, federal prosecutors say, is that the iPhones he sent were fake. He now faces three years in prison and […]
By MICHAEL TARM AP Legal Affairs Writer CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge began vetting would-be jurors on June 3 in the death-penalty trial of a former University of Illinois physics student charged with kidnapping, torturing and killing a visiting Chinese scholar. Brendt Christensen, 29, looked on in a dress shirt from a defense table […]
April Dickinson ate with her hands. She was dining out with her family and forgot to bring her personal set of reusable utensils. Refusing to use the disposable utensils at the restaurant, Dickinson improvised.
Former Seattle Municipal Court Ron Mamiya died from cancer on May 26. He was 70 years old. A memorial service celebrating his life will be held on June 8 at Seattle Buddhist Church on 1427 South Main Street in Seattle. Born in 1949 to Yoshi and George Mamiya, Ron was the eldest of three sons. […]
SEATTLE — The City of Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission is looking for qualified and committed candidates to fill six current vacancies. The duties include advising the mayor, Seattle City Council, and City departments and offices on ways to enhance and improve access to City services and resources for immigrants and refugees, as well as […]
The Asian Pacific Directors Coalition is holding a reception on June 13 for API leaders in executive leadership positions. This is an opportunity to meet API cabinet and directors in state and local government. So far, organizers are expecting the following to attend: Toshiko Hasegawa – Executive Director, Commission on APA Affairs Bobby Lee – […]
“Always Be My Maybe” stars comedian Ali Wong, best known for her Netflix comedy specials “Baby Cobra” and “Hard Knock Wife,” and Randall Park, who currently stars in the ABC sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat.” The screenplay was written by Wong, Park, and writer Michael Golamco, with “Fresh Off the Boat” showrunner Nahnatchka Khan at the helm as director.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters, directed by Michael Dougherty, is the sequel to Godzilla, which came out in 2014.
Director, writer, and YouTube personality Justin Chon, best known for his critically-acclaimed film “Gook,” is hitting the festival circuit with his latest project, “Ms. Purple.”
While the “Crazy Rich Asians” fever pitch was happening last summer, I was very withholding in my appreciation, very careful and moderated. I like to think it was because a part of me intuited that nearly a year later, we would be watching Constance Wu try to torch the show that first gave her a shot at mainstream success. Ha!