Close to 150 Seattle KeyBank employees, as part of a nationwide effort that will incorporate more than 8,000 employees of KeyCorp nationwide, participated in the company’s 21st annual day of volunteer community service.
Last weekend, nearly $170,000 was raised in the International District (ID) to benefit Japan’s disaster relief effort.
Organizations representing and serving Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities across the country joined together on March 17
Editor’s note: This month, Northwest Asian Weekly and the Seattle Chinese Post celebrate its 29th anniversaries. Each year, Publisher Assunta Ng
Nikkei Concerns, a organization that provides health related services to elderly Asian Pacific Americans in the Northwest, held its 35th anniversary dinner at the Westin Hotel in Seattle.
No, this blog entry is not about the election. It’s about celebrating the achievements of organizations that threw great events.
Co-authors Ken Mochizuki and Ron Chew with co-founders Tomio Moriguchi and Tosh Okamoto signed copies of “Years of Caring, The Story of Nikkei Concerns”
Community clinic providing interpretation for API community named Pioneer in Healthcare
Kin On demonstrates respect for both elders and families
Nikkei Concerns: a gathering place with buzz for Seattle’s Japanese American elders
Tosh Okamoto, then commander of the Nisei Veterans Committee, visited a man with this need. He was staying at a nursing home in Seattle’s First Hill district.
The Seattle Mariners held its first-ever Mariners Asian Pacific American Heritage Night at Safeco Field during a game against the Los Angeles Angels.