February 3 marked the Lunar New Year of the metal rabbit. Rabbits are best known for their calm and gentle demeanors, like those of wise businessmen/women.
Koreans, Tibetans, and Mongolians also celebrate the New Year, which is the passing of the winter season and the beginning of the spring season.
From Feb. 6 to Feb. 11, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke led a high-technology trade mission in New Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai. His aim was to promote
Rather than calling itself a bridge as it did decades ago, Hong Kong now considers itself the gateway to China. Hong Kong now markets itself as the expert on China.
The other day, I ran into an Amazon staff member who moved from the ID office to Lake Union.
After receiving three degrees from the University of Washington, I am embarrassed to say that I had never seen its women’s basketball team play until last Saturday.
Imagine when smiling becomes a challenge. That’s one of the prices KOMO-TV anchor Kathi Goertzen has had to pay after her recent brain surgery.
At our last Women of Color Empowered luncheon, held on Jan. 28 at the New Hong Kong Restaurant, there were lots of men in attendance. Usually, there are just a handful of men.
As residents of Seattle and nearby areas, we enjoy many pleasant parks with a variety of features such as hiking trails, rose gardens
May Wan, from Prudential Northwest Realty Associates, received the Cultural Awareness Award from Seattle King County Realtors (SKCR) in recognition