By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Christopher Lee is a Lakeside High sophomore. He has always had a weak stomach and has actually contracted campylobacteriosis, an infection from drinking bad water before. He had been in many situations where he questioned the purity of drinking water, so he decided to do something about it for […]
The Year of the Sheep is for imagination. Just look at celebrities born in sheep years: Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Will Ferrell and others, how they create from nothing to something amazing. It’s time for you to make your Lunar New Year dream list. The sheep celebrities have certainly inspired me to build my wish […]
By Michael Wong SYLP Growing up as an Asian American teenager, the expectations of society are always shadowing me. There are always four major pillars which society expects us Asian American adolescents to follow and pursue rigorously, as if it were a religion. One, get good grades. Two, don’t get in trouble. Three, respect and […]
According to the New York Times, more than 70 percent of Americans today enroll in a four-year college, but only 75 percent of students who start college finish it. The United States is the seventh highest rated among the 23 Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development countries in enrollment, but is the second to last […]
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Jon Tam kept a scratchpad by his bed, where he jotted down observations of the world’s respected
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly “When is she going to retire?” people often ask my staff members.
I have been very reluctant to get in on the Tiger mom craze, as parenting is not really a topic I am interested in.
When Julie Pham, managing editor of Nguoi Viet Tay Bac/Northwest Vietnamese News, invited other ethnic media to join