By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Facebook recently announced that it was losing its popularity among teenagers. Could the new social discovery app Anomo be one of the reasons why?
By Assunta Ng Seattle has been on the map recently. Local Filipino girl Catherine Giudici, who attended Roosevelt High School, won ABC’s reality show “The Bachelor” and is planning to wed Sean Lowe.
By Samantha Test Northwest Asian Weekly Calling what happened downtown at the Moore Theatre last Friday night, Oct. 12, a “talent
The third annual Kollaboration Seattle showcase will take place Friday, Oct. 12, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in downtown Seattle at the STG Moore Theatre. Six local competitors will be competing for a grand prize of $1,000 and an opportunity to perform in a live-broadcast Kollaboration all-star show in Los Angeles on Nov. 16.
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly Eating out at a discount has become even easier, thanks to cell phone technology. A free premium offer service called Pirq will launch in the Seattle area in mid-July, according to a June 7 announcement. It will give consumers discounts ranging from 20 to 50 percent off at such […]
Historically, Chinese and Japanese Americans have dominated the spotlight in performances. At the Celebrate Asia! concert, however, it was a Korean opera singer
The Seattle Symphony held its third annual Celebrate Asia! concert at Benaroya Hall. Carolyn Kuan conducted the 84-member Seattle Symphony
Looking for something to do the weekend of Sept. 26? It may be a little difficult to choose between the National Federation of Filipino American Associations’ (NaFFAA) 8th Empowerment Conference and the Korean American Coalition (KAC) 6th Annual National Convention, which begins on Thursday, Sept. 25. These conventions are to be held at the Westin Hotels in Seattle and Bellevue, respectively.