By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Texas and Arkansas aren’t known for their Asian Americans populations. Working and living there can be eye-opening experiences, as it was for Seattle-based writer Shin Yu Pai, whose latest poetry collection, AUX ARCS, releases in July. The collection encompasses her experiences living and working in the two states, spotlighting […]
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly How you eat effects how you feel. Eat well, and your body will feel good. Eat badly, and it won’t. One of my friends suggested eating organic, but the trouble is, sometimes, organic food doesn’t taste good. It also restricts your diet.
By Charmaine Noronha The Associated Press TORONTO (AP) — On a summer morning in 2009, in canal locks east of Toronto, police made a grisly discovery. In a submerged Nissan car were the bodies of three teenage sisters and a 52-year-old woman.
Sadly, we have been reminded that nothing is safe in this economy. In January, we ran a profile on Washington First International Bank (WFIB).