By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The crises, which the Northwest Asian Weekly faces, are not only unusual, but comical, compared to other media or businesses. Many of our challenges can’t be solved with conventional wisdom. One time, a bottle of wine seemed to calm the waters. The wine Is wine a good strategy to […]
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY This year, Mother’s Day was surreal. My eldest son Jason, who has worked in Hong Kong for over a decade, came home … for another reason. Our nephew is getting married on May 20. I have to confess, I pushed him to attend the wedding. I just wanted him […]
The Northwest Asian Weekly presented a $2,000 check to Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos on Oct. 17. The money came from sponsors of the Sept. 3–9 issue “Remembering Bob Santos,” including ACRS, CISC, InterIm, and the Port of Seattle in a later issue. Tomiko Santos designated the money to InterIm, which bore the cost of her […]
In honor of Mother’s Day, we asked some members of our community to share stories of their favorite food mom would prepare, or a time they embarrassed their mom or vice versa.
On April 2, the longest floating bridge in the world opened up to the public for the first time. This would be the SR 520 Bridge.
On Feb. 13, Northwest Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese Post held their annual Lunar New Year Children’s Parade and Costume Contest in Seattle’s International District. See the bright, colorful costumes and listen to co-publishers Assunta Ng and John Liu talk about the origins of this cultural and family event.
By John Liu Northwest Asian Weekly On Feb. 20, a rally protesting the recent conviction of 28-year-old New York Police Department (NYPD) officer Peter Liang, who shot and killed an unarmed Black man, Akai Gurley, also 28, started peacefully at the Westlake Downtown Park. More than 500 people showed up to the rally at 1:00 […]
By John Liu Northwest Asian Weekly I recently took a long overdue vacation to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, and it was a really exciting experience, one that I gleaned many lessons from. Here are my 7 tips for surviving Vietnam when you’re not Vietnamese! (The exchange rate on my trip was ₫22,500 Viet […]
By John Liu “What is your dream?” Tay and Val started in Singapore and traveled around the world asking this question for the last five years. Then they shared the stories and inspired everyone around them. Their journey brought them from Singapore to Seattle. One day they were homesick and wanted to eat Chinese dishes […]
Northwest Asian Weekly is inviting you to design an outfit that incorporates recycling materials or NWAW/Seattle Chinese Post newspapers in the design. To enter: Design a wearable garment or accessory incorporating recycling materials or NWAW/Seattle Chinese Post newspapers in some aspect of the visual appearance. We welcome any wearable garment or accessory of choice like […]