By Dan Joling The Associated Press ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A shallow avalanche on Alaska’s Mount McKinley may not have killed four Japanese climbers, but the slide pushed them into a crevasse more than 100 feet deep, the National Park Service said Sunday.
The Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team will celebrate its 60th anniversary on July 21 at 6 p.m. at the Renton Pavilion Event Center.
The annual Fulbright Enrichment Seminar took place at the Hyatt Hotel from May 29 through June 2. Present were Seattle’s top experts in energy, environment, science, and technology and over 70 Fulbright students who studied the subjects in 42 countries, including Vietnam and Thailand.
Friends of Little Saigon (FLS) is asking the community to sign a petition against Seattle Housing Authority’s proposal to rezone the 30-acre Yesler
By Kristen Gelineau and Ravi Nessman The Associated Press KHANDWA, India (AP) — Saroo’s eyes snapped open and everything was suddenly, horribly wrong.
The Associated Press Staff WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama eased enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws Friday, offering a chance for hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to stay in the country and work. Embraced by Hispanics, his action touched off an election-year confrontation with many Republicans.
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly While Seattle has long had Pride Festival, it will also celebrate its first Pride ASIA event on June 23, a multicultural event for the Asian LGBTQ community in Seattle. Aleksa Manila, host of Seattle’s Best Karaoke Contest and former Miss Gay Seattle, agreed to host the event after being […]
A-pop! All things Asian in popular culture By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly This month was wacky. In the words of the inimitable Sharon Stone, “Is that karma, when you’re not nice that the bad things happen to you?” Think about that as I run through the latest haps in pop culture. It’s not racist […]
Violence is a language that is direct and brutal. It speaks loudly with the pain it causes and the lives it takes. Unlike harsh words or rudeness, which can sometimes be vague or questionable, violence is the greatest indicator that racism still exists. The recent death of Rodney King, many years after he was badly […]