The 17th annual Microsoft Asian Spring Festival was held on Jan. 21 at Overlake Christian Church in Redmond. Hosted by the Chinese Microsoft Employee Network (CHIME), the celebration is the biggest spring festival event in the greater Seattle area with over 2,000 attendees.
By Greg Young Northwest Asian Weekly The Lunar New Year is an ancient holiday that takes the tradition of partying down with your relatives back thousands of years. Here are some of the foods that different Asian cultures eat during their celebrations. CHINA — THE SPRING FESTIVAL Dumplings Dumplings are a famous delicacy that go […]
By Jack Chang Associated Press BEIJING (AP) — Springtime in Beijing usually brings out bustling crowds for rock concerts, food festivals and other outdoor revelry amid the smog and catkins. But this year, police in the Chinese capital have been canceling everything from an Earth Day event to a heavy metal concert, stoking worries that […]
Microsoft’s CHIME (Chinese Microsoft Employees) and Asian Employee Network hosted its Spring Festival 2011, which is one of the largest diversity events and spring
“Last Train Home,” the fascinating new documentary film by Lixin Fan, begins with a long, slow panoramic shot of thousands of people waiting for trains.