By Assunta Ng Many Asian Americans know Scott Oki as the ex-Microsoft multi-millionaire and owner of 11 Washington state golf courses, including the
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. As we begin the summer, we take a look at a Mariners ace, the world of competitive spelling, what American speed skater JR Celski is up to, and much more.
Kin On hosted their second annual Karaoke Fundraiser on May 19 at China Harbor Restaurant, raising proceeds towards the expansion and renovation of the organization’s properties.
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.
President Barack Obama’s Council on Service and Civic Participation awarded Bellevue-based MulvannyG2 Architecture chairman Jerry Lee
Questkids Clothing held its first fashion show and launch party, showcasing its Fall 2010 Back to Cool Collection. The clothing line was designed by Binh Nguyen, founder of Questkids.
Wendy Paul always knew that she wanted to work in a children’s hospital. “When I walk in, there is something about a children’s hospital that’s just different from an adult hospital,” she said.
It can be argued that each individual is on a personal quest to improve himself or herself in one way or another. For clothing designer Binh Nguyen
Upstart businesses competed against one another to show how Microsoft Office 2010 has helped their work in a viral video contest. In the end, local entrepreneur Binh Nguyen
By Shaodan Chen NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Masako “Masa” Murakami, the last of four children in the well-known Murakami family, recently passed away on Jan. 29 at the age of 90. Masa contributed to her family’s store, the Higo 10 Cent Store (later the Higo Variety Store), throughout her life with her enthusiasm for the imported […]