The Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce celebrated Lunar New Year with its annual banquet at China Harbor on March 5. The GSCCC raised $2000 for Kin On Health Care Center and $1000 for the International District Emergency Center. May Wan also received a special award recognizing her dedication and service to the GSCCC. (end)
The Greater Seattle Chapter of the Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) hosted its annual Golden Circle awards banquet at the Joy Palace Restaurant in Seattle on Feb. 8. The dinner honored the outstanding contributions of three individuals and one organization in the local Asian Pacific American community. The event featured a variety of Lunar New […]
Northwest Asian Weekly has booked Andy Wappler, former chief meteorologist at KIRO, and KOMO news anchor Molly Shen as emcees for its 30th anniversary gala on October 5, from 6 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Seattle’s Sheraton Hotel Grand Ballroom. Wappler and Shen will introduce performances and events at the gala, including a short auction […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly The Seattle Chinese Post will celebrate its 30th anniversary on April 22. The Seattle Chinese Post was founded by publisher Assunta Ng in 1982.
Don’t ever say that Asian Americans are politically passive. If you had attended the Seattle City Council hearing on Oct. 26, you would have been surprised to
If the mayor really wants to make an impact in the Chinatown/International District community, he should restore the funding in the proposed budget to the International District Emergency Center
At its Lunar New Year Banquet at the House of Hong Restaurant, the Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce awarded $1,500 to Donnie Chin, director and founder of the International District Emergency Center. Chin is credited with saving countless lives over decades of service.
Strangely, I had never thought about how lucky I was to be alive until I was fighting for my life a month ago. It was a terrifying experience. This kind of thing tends to hit you without warning, just when you least expect it. It seems to happen when life is smooth and sweet.