By Ruth Bayang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Despite the pouring rain and miserable driving conditions, more than 400 people attended the Northwest Asian Weekly’s 35th anniversary gala celebration on the evening of Oct. 21, at China Harbor Restaurant. In addition to celebrating the 35-year milestone, the purpose of the event was to raise funds for two […]
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The more than 400 guests who attended the Northwest Asian Weekly’s 35th anniversary gala on Oct. 21 would probably conclude that it was a smooth night. Except it wasn’t. It’s ironic that recently, I have been writing about crises we’ve been through in the past 35 years — they […]
By Yoon S. Park Northwest Asian Weekly Back in the fall of 2005, my then-boyfriend (now husband) encouraged me to submit an article. I wrote about a cartoonist, Stan Sakai, and submitted it to the Northwest Asian Weekly (NWAW). Much to my surprise, the editor at the time, Carol Vu, accepted it for publication. Fast […]
By Susan L. Cassidy Northwest Asian Weekly I never thought we would see a time like this in our country — a time where journalism and the press are under attack from the top down to the degree that it is today. Maybe I’m naïve. Maybe I was too young when the world of journalism […]
The Seattle Chinese Post (SCP) celebrated its 35th anniversary at a gala celebration on Oct. 6. The event, at China Harbor restaurant, drew more than 300 people. SCP was founded in 1982. It is the oldest Chinese-language newspaper in the Pacific Northwest since 1927. It focuses on covering mainstream news in Chinese.