By John Liu Northwest Asian Weekly The name, “Donnie Chin Children’s Park” received around 95 percent of the votes at a March 17 meeting to rename the current International Children’s Park. Ninety attendees voted on three possible names: Donnie Chin International Children’s Park, Donnie Chin Children’s Park, and Donnie Chin Memorial Park. Seattle Mayor Ed […]
A pioneer in the field of environmental justice, Ticiang Diangson died peacefully on Jan. 29 at her home on Beacon Hill. The legacy of her work lives on in Seattle and in cities throughout the nation. Born in Chicago in 1941 during the pre-civil rights era, Diangson experienced extensive racial intolerance as a half Polish, […]
Seattle-area ethnic chambers of commerce and community groups in cooperation with Mayor McGinn will be hosting a police appreciation night the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the NewHolly Neighborhood Campus.
By Assunta Ng The recent controversy involving the Seattle Times publisher’s support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna by giving free advertising worth over $70,000 puzzles a little publisher like me.