By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly Approved by the city council, the five-day sick leave came down on my head like a ton of bricks. Small businesses like mine cannot afford to pay anything additional in this sluggish economic climate.
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly Managing one weekly is tough enough, and I am running two in this economy. Friends have suggested that I do away with one, so I don’t have to work that hard.
By Kabrina Wright SYLP student The Summer Youth Leadership Program, or SYLP for short, is a program organized by the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation, a nonprofit organization of the Northwest Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese Post. SYLP is a three-week program designed for Asian American teens to find out what it means to be Asian […]
People often wonder, how does the Northwest Asian Weekly and its sister paper, the Seattle Chinese Post, keep on surviving after nearly three decades?
Assunta Ng, founder and publisher of the Seattle Chinese Post and Northwest Asian Weekly, was the 2011 recipient of the University of Washington’s
Imagine this: You are an American tourist visiting Beijing. You decide not to splurge for the five- or six-star hotel. Instead, you pay for a
Earlier in the month, City of Tacoma Mayor, Marilyn Strickland, returned from a 10-day trip to Seoul, Shanghai
Recent information from the Seattle Times’ analysis of 2010 Census data indicates that the number of minorities has quickly
On Saturday, Jan. 29, parents and kids braved the rain and came down to the International District to participate in the Second Annual Children’s Costume Parade and Contest, organized by the Northwest Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese Post and produced by the Chinatown/International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA). Judges picked three winners and six finalists. […]
Last week, the estate of Run Sen Liu settled with the City of Seattle for $2.75 million. Liu, who was an International District restaurateur, suffered life-threatening injuries while