According to the recent census data, the Asian population in Washington state grew by 49.2 percent in the last decade. The Hispanic population
The National Association of Asian American Professionals’ Seattle chapter announced its 2011 NAAAP-Seattle College Scholarship. The Scholarship is aimed at Asian American
The Cultural Exploration of Greater China Foundation (CE) is sponsoring four teachers from the Greater Seattle area to explore Chinese culture by visiting China
Chinese American Jessica Kent presented a $1,750 check to the First Tee of Greater Seattle. Kent recently won at the RBC Dain Rauscher Fred Couples Clinic
More than 200 golfers and community supporters gathered to celebrate the 10th Annual Golf Tournament on Aug. 2 at Muckleshoot Casino.
Each year, we like to showcase a few outstanding Asian American graduates in the Greater Seattle area who have either excelled academically, athletically, artistically, or who have significantly contributed to their community.
The Seattle Times recently interviewed King County Assessor Lloyd Hara about undervalued properties in the Greater Seattle area. Recently, I was invited
On Friday, June 11, the Washington Department of Financial Institutions closed Seattle-based Washington First International Bank (WFIB) because it didn’t have enough capital.
“What if I don’t feel victimized by the recession?” said Sylvia Wolf, director of the University of Washington Henry Art Gallery, which had a 27 percent budget cut this year.
“The U.S. immigration system is broken,” said President Barack Obama in a video message. Families are being torn apart and employers are using the system to exploit workers. The president promised a comprehensive bill to fix the system, in addition tomaking immigration reform a top priority.