By Assunta Ng This week, I’ve benefited from many words of wisdom. I thought I’d share them with you.
By Assunta Ng My friend loves to meet fortune tellers to find out how long she will live. Are we supposed to know when we are going to die? Quoting from “The Book of Awakening,” by Mark Nepo, LeAnne Moss, former executive director of the Women’s Funding Alliance, found an answer for my friend.
By Assunta Ng “Why is Gov. Gary Locke going to China?” asked an editor of a small town newspaper located close to Mt. Rainier, at the Washington National Publishers Association’s convention held at the Everett Holiday Inn last Friday. “Because he’s been appointed to be the U.S. Ambassador to China.” I replied. Locke was confirmed by the Senate […]
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly Underneath its addicting storylines and romantic gloss, ABC’s new series, “Pan Am,” seems poised to tackle the societal and cultural shifts of the 1960s. The show borrows its title from Pan American World Airways, the largest international air carrier in the United States during the 20th century, also known […]
Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly The sport of rugby is gaining local interest in the Seattle area thanks to an international rugby superstar. Waisale Serevi is rugby royalty as he has single-handedly put the tiny nation of Fiji on the map in the sport.
By Jeffrey Osborn Northwest Asian Weekly Kenichi “Ken” Uchikura didn’t travel to America as a child of immigrant workers. He did, however, travel to America for what many call the American Dream, one of entrepreneurship and success. This year, Uchikura, chair of Pacific Software Publishing Inc., will be honored for his leadership and vision at […]
Shannon Lee is hoping to bring her father’s legacy in the form of a museum to Seattle. Seattle is the city where legendary martial artist and actor Bruce Lee spent some of his youth. Lee was born in San Francisco, but he moved to Hong Kong with his family when he was only three months […]