By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly A recent launch of a video game featuring mixed martial arts fighters entitled “EA Sports:
If you want to impress someone visiting Hong Kong, take him or her to Ozone, the world’s tallest bar.
By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly 2013 brought us outstanding anime, almost-unbelievable documentaries, and inspiring narratives. Here are my picks for the Top 10 Asian Pacific American films new to Seattle for this year.
HONG KONG (AP) – Bruce Lee fans who covet the original yellow jumpsuit that the martial arts legend wore onscreen will get a chance to bid for it at a Hong Kong auction this week.
By Assunta Ng Many restaurants close on Thanksgiving day and my family used to have limited choices to eat. People like to have a big feast for their Thanksgiving meal.
By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly If you’re wondering what a walking tour of the Chinatown/International District, theater arts, street performance, conceptual arts and snacks, can have in common … well, you probably aren’t alone. Seattle’s Asian American theater troupe, SIS Productions, answers this question in their new production, “Revealed: In Search Of Bruce Lee,” […]
By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly “Enter The Dragon” The young man was only 32 when he died. He’d been born in San Francisco and lived in Oakland, Hong Kong, and elsewhere, but his family chose to have him buried in Seattle, where he’d attended school and worked for Ruby Chow as a waiter. His […]
By Staff The Associated Press HONG KONG (AP) — The late superstar Bruce Lee is best-known for the kung fu skills he displayed in his movies, but his daughter hopes that more people take the effort to understand his teachings and life philosophy. Marking his death 40 years ago, the Hong Kong government has teamed […]
Asian and Pacific American professionals won 10 awards at the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Northwest Chapter’s 50th Annual Emmy Awards Show on June 15. KOMO’s Molly Shen, Tri Ngo, and Kiyomi Taguchi received awards for KOMO’s “Healing Our Heroes” news special, continuing coverage on “SPD: Problem Police,” and “The Shoe Guy” […]
By Staff The Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — A bronze statue of martial arts star Bruce Lee has been unveiled in Los Angeles’ Chinatown to mark the neighborhood’s 75th anniversary.