To the Editor: I’d just like to say thank you to the robbery witness (in the page 2 story of last week’s issue, “Woman robbed in Chinatown, loses $2,000 and passport”) for stepping up to be a good citizen in helping the victim and the police in tracking down the perpetrators in this robbery incident.
By Assunta Ng Politics is about punching the enemy when he is not expecting it. At the Chinatown parade last Sunday, the “punch” was actually a small, but very controversial, flag.
If you need to get something done, get a busy person to do it. Dennis Su, who is chair of the parade, is also active in many other community projects,
Don’t ask the organizers about the number of attendees. The smaller the crowd, the cheaper it is to get a permit from the City of Seattle, said Dennis Su, chair of the Chinatown Seafair Parade.
There is much talk in the city about budget cuts. Dennis Su said he received a memo from the City of Seattle about charging the Chamber for the street signs