By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly With influences ranging from Good Charlotte, and Ellegarden to, more recently, Linkin Park and Coldrain, Japan’s One Ok Rock sauntered into the Seattle area for a show at the ShoWare Center in Kent. Singer Takahiro Moriuchi, known by his stage name Taka, has some knowledge of the United States. […]
Bradford Chun has recently accepted a position as Senior Director of Engineering for Hawaiian Airlines in Honolulu, Hawaii. Most recently, Brad was an engineering manager in the Flight Control Design Center for the Boeing Company in Everett, WA. Having just celebrated his ten year anniversary with Boeing this year, Brad previously worked in various engineering […]
Marie Chong, artistic director of ARC Dance, invited Edwaard Liang to Seattle to set a world premiere dance work for the company for the upcoming Summer Dance at the Center, July 16-18 and 23-25. Liang will be running the rehearsal. Liang was born in Taiwan and grew up in Marin County, CA. He […]
By Lisa Marien Northwest Asian Weekly Gunn Yang, 20, born September 30, 1993, originally from Pyeongchang, South Korea, hasn’t gone professional yet but is well on his way to becoming another one of the many up and coming young Asians to reign in golfing. He is an understated but determined competitor. In 2014, Yang won […]
The host nation for the 17th annual Asia Pacific New Year Celebration at the Tacoma Dome was Pakistan. There was a presentation of the Pakistan national anthem, and a feature cultural show. The Stage Mistress of Ceremony was Cheryl Lee of the University of Washington. Festivities included a variety of performances from schools and societies […]
Starting January 1, 2015, the City of Seattle will no longer allow food or compostable paper, including pizza boxes, paper napkins and paper towels, in the garbage.