By Charles Lam I was 22 years old when I saw a Craigslist listing for a newspaper in Seattle looking for an editor. It was a late night in August, and I was living in Orange County, Calif. I waited until the morning to send in a cover letter and resume because I wanted to […]
Thirty-four years of running a newspaper and learning how to turn struggles into miracles
Will newspapers last?
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Kendee Yamaguchi, currently an assistant attorney general; the director of policy,
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly When the Washington Health Benefit Exchange opens its virtual doors on Oct. 1, approximately 250,000
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Asian and Pacific American children are susceptible to an autoimmune disease that attacks the blood vessels,
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Asian and Pacific Americans are stereotyped as being weak leaders, but three Seattle-area teenagers
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly As development in the International District increases, Seattle and the state of Washington’s push towards green architecture is
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Seattle’s plastic bag ban has had mixed results for businesses, but for Asian grocery stores the impact has been more negative than for most due to increased costs, misunderstandings from customers, and increased shoplifting.
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Each year in July, the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce closes off a portion of the neighborhood to host the
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly In 2011, a committee of International District stakeholders came together to install a system of surveillance cameras in the neighborhood. Nearly two years later, the system has already made an impact and is set to be improved and expanded.