Director Aaron Woolfolk’s dramatic feature, “The Harimaya Bridge,” filmed mostly in Japan, opens with a young Black man working on a painting.
Next month, University of Washington (UW) President Mark Emmert will leave the UW to lead the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Christine Chen, founder and chairperson of the Pacific Asia Pro-Health Foundation, partnered with the Pierce County Chamber of Commerce and the Chinese Cultural Center
Central Washington University received a grant of nearly $624,000 from the People’s Republic of China. The grant will allow 25 Chinese students to begin work on graduate degrees
The Back2School Bash was held at Beer Sheva Park in Rainier Beach. The event was organized by Gregory Davis and the Rainier Beach Community Empowerment Commission (RBCEC)
The Seattle Mariners held its first-ever Mariners Asian Pacific American Heritage Night at Safeco Field during a game against the Los Angeles Angels.
Japan’s ambassador to the United States Ichiro Fujisaki and his wife, Noriko, visited Seattle this week and made an appearance at the Seattle Rotary Club
Dino Rossi, candidate for U.S. Senate, dashed through the International District last Sunday, meeting with Chinatown community leaders.
One of the beautiful untold stories about the collaboration between the Japanese and Chinese American communities is the creation of Kin On Health Care System
Ed Wong, one of the founding members of Kin On, said several members had discussed how to do things for the community. One of the ideas was to start a nursing home.