Chris Lee is our first candidate for the 2016 Asian Technology and Innovation 40 and Under award category.
Phillip Yin, a Bellevue resident and Yakima native, is running for Washington state lieutenant governor. “I know we can make Washington the most family-friendly, job-creating, and innovative state in the country,” Yin said in a release. Yin previously worked for Bloomberg Television and CNBC Asia as a business/political anchor and was also a senior portfolio […]
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly “Organized chaos.”
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly “I stand before you a free man,” Jason Puracal said at a press conference held on Friday, Sept. 21 at the University of Washington School of Law.<!–more–> Puracal, an East-Indian American, was held in a Nicaraguan prison for two years on false drug charges. Thanks to the work of […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly The coming election marks a great year in Washington for API candidates, who are
On March 14, University of Phoenix Oregon Campus honored alumnus Noland Hoshino with an Alumni Community Service Award for his efforts to develop an innovative website and social media campaign for the Portland chapter of Heifer International, a global non-profit organization that works with communities to help end hunger and poverty. Hoshino, a 20-year veteran of […]
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly Last year, former Bloomberg TV anchor–reporter Phillip Yin wanted to challenge Sen. Maria Cantwell and, in the process, become the first Chinese American senator from the mainland United States. The showdown never materialized, as his supporters did not send campaign money. After he put his political dreams on hold, […]
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly Paul Ishii is president-elect of the Rotary Club of Seattle. With about 675 members, it’s the largest rotary club internationally, and it is the fourth oldest.<!–more–> Ishii is a Federal Way resident and currently general manager of the Mayflower Park Hotel in Seattle, a position he has held […]
Scott Heimberger is often spotted sitting near the entrance of the new Jing Jing Asian Market, greeting customers as they come in. Heimberger isn’t a bag boy though
According to the Association for Women in Science, women make up less than 25 percent of engineering and computer science majors in four-year colleges and universities.