The Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce (TGSCCC) announced the results of its 2015 election for the Board of Directors, and its 2015 Officers.
By Vivian Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly The strip of 30 columns under the I-5 overpass on South King Street has undergone a makeover in a bid to transform and revitalize the area. The community project, led by former architects-turned-retirees Dennis Su and Alex Young, had a recent dedication ceremony to commemorate the painting done on […]
The marriage celebration for Mira Su Clutter and Travis Clutter on Oct. 20 included a traditional Chinese tea ceremony, in which the bride and groom serve tea to their loved ones, who in turn present the couple red envelopes full of “lucky money.” Here, the newlyweds, in traditional Chinese wedding dress, serve tea to the […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Aegis Living, a Redmond-based assisted living provider administering over two dozen properties in Washington, California, and Nevada, is moving forward with plans to break ground for a new culturally Chinese retirement facility near Bellevue, modeled after its successful Aegis Gardens in Fremont, Calif.
Photos by Binh Tran and Rebecca Ip
By Elizabeth Wang Northwest Asian Weekly At 71, Dennis Su takes his retirement seriously. Whether it’s attending board meetings for multiple organizations around
By Assunta Ng It is to some participants who were in the Northwest Asian Weekly’s Newspaper Fashion Contest. A few were disappointed when we announced the results of the contest, with three winners picked by our parade’s sponsors, last Sunday at our award reception at the Bush Asia Center.<!–more–> What about the fun, excitement, and […]
With news crews surrounding him, West Precinct Capt. Jim Dermody stood with Mayor Mike McGinn in front of Hing Hay Park’s pagoda to announce the Seattle Police Department’s patrol plans. The gesture was a loaded one, as the site of Hing Hay Park is one of the “hot spots” identified by the Seattle Police Department. […]
Aegis Living announced the creation of a new advisory board to guide the company on its proposed development of an Asian culture senior living community, the Aegis Gardens of Newcastle. Boardmembers include local leaders Alaric Bien, Dennis Su, Fred Crosetto, LoYu Sun, Mike Jiang, Shiao-Yen Wu, Walter Liang, YP Chan, and Dr. I-Jen Chen.
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly In the 1970s, in the area now known as the International District, there was a small bit of land owned by Dennis Su in the middle of the dense urban area, surrounded by brick buildings filled with residents and local businesses. <!–more–> Su, of course, could have developed his […]