By Wayne Chan Northwest Asian Weekly I’m on an important business trip in Hong Kong. I need to make sure I cover everything. Did I schedule a meeting with my attorney? Yes. A meeting with the packaging company? Check.
By Wayne Chan Northwest Asian Weekly Since when did being a good parent also mean making yourself look like an idiot? That’s exactly what happened last weekend when we went out with some friends for an adventurous night of dining. But before I get there, let me give you some backstory.
By Zachariah Bryan Northwest Asian Weekly There is no middle ground when it comes to national education reform figure Michelle Rhee. People either love her or they hate her.
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly When I was editor of the Northwest Asian Weekly, it used to bother me when people acted as if Assunta single-handedly put <!–more–>out the newspaper because, behind each issue, there is a crew of very dedicated reporters and proofreaders who go above and beyond. They care about the newspaper, […]
During my childhood, I struggled with learning English. I often used “Chinglish” words, such as “fire rice,” instead of, “fried rice.” I was made fun of for not speaking English correctly, but that’s OK, because I don’t remember much about being teased, anyway …
An online social networking site seems to be taking over the world. Facebook. It started as a college-based network where kids from different colleges could add each other as friends, but soon enough, it branched out to high school, and now everyone can use it …
By Wayne Chan Northwest Asian Weekly And there you have it, I’ve got your attention. It’s as simple as that. If you want attention, just jot down a top five or top 10 list and the world is yours. Of course, as with everything in life, there are rules. Don’t believe me? Here are three […]
By Elizabeth Wang Northwest Asian Weekly Walkers, runners, and dogs of all ages gathered at Seward Park in Seattle to support the 22nd Annual Walk for Rice campaign on June 30.
The Filipino Community of Seattle (FCS) is hosting its First Annual Benefit “Luau Fiesta” from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on July 22 at the Filipino Community Center. This is FCS’ first annual benefit.
The Pew Research and many other groups are looking at Asian Americans. According to the Pew Research Center, Asian Americans are surpassing Hispanics as the largest wave of new immigrants in the United States. The Pew Research Center has since said other things about Asian Americans, but we’ll get to that later — say, in […]