By Peggy Chapman Northwest Asian Weekly George Nguyen never imagined he would be running grocery stores and food distribution businesses along the west and north coast in the U.S. Nguyen left by boat from Vietnam, in 1979, the age of 19, with pretty much nothing, including his devoted wife, which he had been married to […]
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly Anthony Youn, a board-certified plastic surgeon, doesn’t believe that there was one moment when he realized his calling as a doctor. Rather, he explains that his journey has been a series of moments with patients. “I think in any physician’s practice, there is a handful of patients that stick […]
In this collection of essays, actress and TV personality Olivia Munn offers stories from her life, growing up half Chinese and half white. She also shares stories
The closure of what may be China’s first mega-church is the most visible sign that the communist government is determined to rein in the rapid spread of Christianity, with a crackdown in recent months that church leaders call the harshest in years.