Healing from trauma often comes from sharing, which is one of the hardest things to do. Beautiful Country, the autobiographical novel by Qian Julie Wang, details her experiences as a young Chinese girl, and illegal immigrant, in New York City.
Don’t vote for candidates who don’t give a damn about the CID
The Chinatown-International District (CID) needs a lot of help and resources, especially since the pandemic. Crime, including robbery, theft, assault, and gun violence, is high in the area. Mayoral candidate Lorena Gonzalez has never visited CID nor met with community leaders to see first-hand how the pandemic has affected our community. She ignores our community, while Harrell has constantly said how he could and would help change the narrative of the CID if he gets elected as mayor of Seattle.
King County King County Executive: Dow Constantine County Council District 1: Rod Dembowski District 9: Kim-Khanh Van King County Charter Measures Amendment 1 (preamble word change): Yes Amendment 2 (changing deadlines): Yes Port of Seattle Commission Position 1: Ryan Calkins Position 3: Stephanie Bowman Position 4: Toshiko Hasegawa City of Seattle Mayor: Bruce Harrell City […]
Northwest Asian Weekly (NWAW) reporters and staff members won 27 awards at the annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association (WNPA) 2021 Better Newspaper Contest. The winners were announced in a virtual awards ceremony on Oct. 8.
“Krav maga saved me from a potentially fatal situation,” said Jesse Robbins as he recalled being surrounded and beaten by six people, three with flagpoles, last October.
Helen Chu is known as the UW Medicine researcher who stood up to the federal government to identify the first COVID-19 victims in the United States.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) said it raised $325,000 so far from its virtual gala on Oct. 2. The gala is ACRS’ largest fundraiser that brings services to over 30,000 people each year. The virtual event included interviews and cooking demos by Chef Melissa Miranda of Musang and Chef Varin Keokitvon, and a keynote […]
Northwest Nikkei Museum at Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington (JCCCW) will host the 8th Speaker Series, “Celebrate Seattle JACL 100th Anniversary,” on Oct. 15 with current Seattle JACL President Stan Shikuma, historian Bill Tashima, and resident expert on redress, Kyle Kinoshita. Attendees will go through the history of Seattle JACL and how the […]
A service for Georgina (Ginger) Gail Luke was held on Oct. 1 at Evergreen Washelli. Luke passed away peacefully in her sleep on Sept. 22 at the age of 73. Born and raised in Seattle, and a graduate of Franklin High School, Luke loved animals and brought home many farm animals when she was growing […]
The Tony Lee Apartments in Lake City belatedly received the 2020 Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award in the Large Metropolitan Category (city population of 300,000 or more) on Sept. 23. Developed by the Low-Income Housing Institute (LIHI), the Tony Lee provides 70 new affordable homes built on the site of a former fire […]