By Peggy Chapman Northwest Asian Weekly Members of the business community and representatives from the Ethnic Chambers of Commerce, Seattle Metro Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Seattle met with the Ethnic Business Coalition (EBC) at Hing Hay Co-Works Oct. 9 The meeting was arranged in response to an open letter from the Ethnic […]
The Korean American Chamber of Commerce (KACC) held its first forum for small business owners on June
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly Following the “$15 Now” signs carried by demonstrators in downtown Seattle last February, there are new signs on the proposed $15 minimum wage with the words, “SAVE IMMIGRANT JOBS AND SMALL BUSINESSES.”
Susan Lee, currently the president of the Korean American Chamber of Commerce, has been named the president of the Seattle chapter of the National Reunification Advisory Council. The National Reunification Advisory Council was created to support one of the tenants of the constitution of South Korea, the unification of the Korean peninsula. Previously, Lee founded […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Shari Song, a managing broker at Prudential Northwest Realty and community volunteer, declared her candidacy for King County Council on Monday, March 4. She will be vying to represent District 9, which is currently being represented by Reagan Dunn, the recent Republican candidate for Attorney General.
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly After a successful career as a small business owner, Jun Bae Kim continues to contribute to the Korean American community.
It was a night that included delicious food, great company, and a room filled with influential community leaders.
She was a nurse in Korea. She has worked in real estate for a few years. Now, Susan Lee is helping the Korean American community in
“You should not honor this person,” one person said. “She is overexposed.” Just because others have honored her before is not a valid reason