After the fall of Saigon in 1975, Choy Vong had many things working against him. His father was the staff sergeant in the fifth infantry of the defeated South Vietnamese army.
“Right now, we’re at a time when we’re just bubbling. When all Asian artists come together and start to realize each other’s work ethics, it’s going to be great,”
Capt. Felipe Fernandez of the 26th Cavalry kept it in mind as Japanese mortar shells landed around him. He and his platoon were stranded in his homeland, the Philippines, during World War II.
During the week of May 17, Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) and its contractor, Gary Merlino Construction Company, will begin work to repave a major section
The University of Washington Foster School’s Business and Economic Development Center released the Washington Minority Small Business Survey. Now in its fourth year of publication, this is the only index of its kind aimed at tracking the financial health of small and minority owned-businesses in Washington.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order that will benefit Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities and AAPI business owners.
BEIJING (AP) — Wan Yanhai is used to being harassed by authorities, but the unwanted attention got steadily worse this year for the founder of a prominent Chinese AIDS advocacy group.
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine president-apparent and nominees to what he pledged would be a lean, graft-free Cabinet promised last Wednesday to travel overseas less, investigate corruption and renew peace talks on ending decades-long insurgencies.
Described by Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou as Taiwan’s “ambassador with a loving heart,” 61-year-old Shu-chu Chen was selected as one of the
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Two South Korean Olympic medalists in short-track speed skating have been banned from competing for three years for their alleged involvement in a race-fixing scandal, a Korea Skating Union (KSU) official said on May 6.