By Charles Lam NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY More than 270 were present at the New Hong Kong restaurant on Thursday, Sept. 20, to honor 14 local women at the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation’s Women of Color Empowered luncheon. The theme of the luncheon was “Women of Power: Future Builders,” and the women honored have each played […]
By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly Though Kamekicha Tokita has been dead since 1948, his work took center stage at the latest
Seattle-based artist Naoko Morisawa was selected from a pool of applicants to showcase her artwork at
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly How do you entertain your out-of-town friends and family during the holidays? The best way is to present them programs and entertainment with a Northwest flair.
“What is your preference for lunch — Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Italian, or pizza?” asked someone from U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke’s office in Beijing.
By Jason J. Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly “It was never my goal to be successful,” explains Do-Ho Suh. Yet, the 49-year-old, originally from Seoul, is a rising star in the art community, with his exhibits showing all over the world. He recently stopped in Seattle to discuss his new piece at the Seattle Art Museum […]
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly Despite these tough economic times, Albert Shen maintains a positive attitude. His businesses are doing well, but it’s what he does during his off-hours that really stands out. For him, social entrepreneurship is about using his professional know-how and skills to help various nonprofit organizations and academic institutions reach […]
Naoko Morisawa, a Japanese artist, is featured in “Art Buzz, the 2011 Collection.” Her work is included in the mosaics (mix media) section. The collection volume
The Greater Seattle Japanese Community Queen coronation was definitely not the standard bikini and high heels pageant seen on TV. No, attending it was
Texas was not on my list of places to visit. But I can’t say no to my loved ones. How could I resist sharing in the joyous moments with my brother, the proud father who would walk down the aisle with his daughter, passing his torch to the next generation!