By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly “Families” and “family” are more than just words at one South Seattle agency.
Remembering Kippy Remembering Kip Tokuda, two special moments will always carry with me, one light and the other serious. The former state representative passed away last Saturday while fishing on Whidbey Island.
The Northwest Asian Weekly and Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation present a special dinner to honor Lt. Governor Brad and Linda Owen for their support and friendship of the Asian community An evening of fun, conversation, and entertainment Sunday, March 31, 2013, 6 p.m.– 9 p.m. House of Hong Restaurant, 409 8th Ave. S., Seattle, WA […]
By Assunta Ng Over 50 local Lunar New Year events took place in February, and they were all competing for attendees and attention. So, which one had the better food, larger crowds, strongest organization, and the most memorable performances?
By Assunta Ng The numbers tell us that we have conquered many mountains in 2012, even though some of them seemed impossible to beat at the beginning of the year. Like a child keeping a Christmas list, I had a wish list for the Asian Weekly’s 30th anniversary. <!–more–> I wanted to celebrate this milestone […]
Blending Eastern and Western traditions creates a fascinating wedding experience. Having cookies for a Chinese wedding
banquet instead of a cake was novel and fun …
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The suspense ended at the Seattle Chinese Post (SCP)’s 30th anniversary dinner on April 22 at the House of Hong
Three Chinatown organizations impressed Congressman Jay Inslee, a gubernatorial candidate, with their history, a toast, Chinese welcoming sign, and reception in his honor on Jan 8. What Inslee didn’t know was that some of the members of these associations had already given money to the campaign of his opponent, Attorney General Rob McKenna.
Top Contributors to the Asian Community is an annual awards banquet — this means there’s plenty of food! — honoring our community leaders.
For the last few weeks, things have not been going well between Mayor Mike McGinn and Seattle Council President Richard Conlin.