Catherine Giudici, half Filipino Seattle native, is now one of the final three contestants on the 17th season of ABC’s The Bachelor. She is the first Asian American to make it to the final three. The last episode brought her back to Seattle for a date with Bachelor Sean Lowe. The two toured Pike Place […]
Catherine Giudici, daughter of Carey and Cynthia Giudici, is currently participating in the 17th season of ABC’s “The Bachelor.” She if half Filipino American. She has survived seven episodes and is one of the four final contestants from the original 26. Before appearing on the show, Giudici was a graphic designer working with Amazon. Her […]
By Lena Sullivan The Associated Press A 14-year-old junior high school student in Utah committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in front of a group of classmates on Thursday, Nov. 29.
By Assunta Ng Holiday gift givers often have misconceptions. They think that gifts have to be material or that they have to be valuable.
By Assunta Ng The black convention had an attendance of 2,500 in its event, one of the highest of its attendance. One African American who worked for the ABC affiliate, told me that the black convention was well done and successful with many corporate sponsors.
By Tim Sullivan The Associated Press AGRA, India (AP) — As far back as he can remember, people told Hari Kishan Pippal that he was unclean, with a filthiness that had tainted his family for centuries. Teachers forced him to sit apart from other students. Employers sometimes didn’t bother to pay him. Pippal is a […]
By Colgan Chan For Northwest Asian Weekly Editor’s note: Being fans of his blog, “The ABCs of China,” which details the adventures and cultural differences he experiences in Asia, we asked Colgan Chan if he’d write something special for the newspaper. Chan is an American student studying in China. When I was asked to write […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Manny Pacquiao is taking a beating in the center of this ring. He barely knows a word of this Bee Gees song, which is a bit too high and complicated for his singing skills. He’s struggling to read the lyrics off the cue cards — probably because he’s wearing sunglasses in […]
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly Underneath its addicting storylines and romantic gloss, ABC’s new series, “Pan Am,” seems poised to tackle the societal and cultural shifts of the 1960s. The show borrows its title from Pan American World Airways, the largest international air carrier in the United States during the 20th century, also known […]
By Brett Zongker The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — For the past eight years, journalist Jose Antonio Vargas worried about a looming deadline: the expiration of an illegally obtained Oregon driver’s license that had allowed him to get his first full-time job at a top U.S. newspaper. The 30-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winner who covered the Virginia […]