Daisy Fallahzadeh, Tacoma resident and senior at Todd Beamer High School, will travel to Washington D.C. to talk to Congress about the importance of preventing teen pregnancy. She met with Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) on April 18 to encourage support of prevention funding and the National Day to Prevent Teen […]
On April 13, more than 5,000 Boeing employees and attendees commemorated the 4,000th next-generation 737 plane, made for China Southern Airlines, the sixth largest airline
Last month, more than 350 guests attended the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington (JCCCW) Tomodachi Luncheon, which raised $60,000 through sponsorships and donations. The luncheon also commemorated a change in board members, with President Kurt Tokita filling the shoes of past board President Lori Matsukawa, who served on the board for nearly 10 […]
Washington Federal’s International District branch manager Sarah Kung invited the public on April 16 to view the new renovations at Washington Federal Savings in the International District.
By Greg Risling The Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Gunfire shattered the window of the BMW near the University of Southern California campus just after midnight, striking two Chinese graduate students inside.
By Christopher Bodeen The Associated Press BEIJING (AP) — Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao is demanding tougher anti-corruption efforts amid a huge political scandal over a now-suspended Politburo member, whose wife has been named a suspect in the murder of a British businessman.
By Jean H. Lee The Associated Press PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea’s new leader addressed his nation and the world for the first time Sunday, vowing to place top priority on his impoverished country’s military, which promptly unveiled a new long-range missile.
The Layup Drill — a NEW monthly column about APIs in sports By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly The Linjury Well, it was fun while it lasted. At least we can stop with the puns.
By Grant Peck The Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) — Exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra celebrated Thailand’s most important holiday in neighboring Cambodia this weekend, telling thousands of fervent supporters who crossed the border to meet him that he intends to return home soon on his own terms.
By Andrew Lam New American Media Mr. One L. Goh, 43, an immigrant from Korea who allegedly shot and killed seven people at a school in Oakland and wounded five others, may be the latest [in] a string of inarticulate men who became mass murderers in America. In April of 2009, Jiverly Wong locked the […]