By Assunta Ng It is to some participants who were in the Northwest Asian Weekly’s Newspaper Fashion Contest. A few were disappointed when we announced the results of the contest, with three winners picked by our parade’s sponsors, last Sunday at our award reception at the Bush Asia Center.<!–more–> What about the fun, excitement, and […]
INFUSION, the largest Asia Pacific festival in the Northwest, is calling for API artists to apply to showcase their work. The Asia Pacific Infusion festival will take place on Nov. 16 through Nov. 18 at the Tacoma Convention Center.
By Eugene Hoshiko The Associated Press QIDONG, China (AP) — Authorities in eastern China dropped plans for a waste water discharge project Saturday after thousands of protesters angry about pollution took to the streets. It was the latest of many such confrontations in a country where three decades of rapid economic expansion have come at […]
By Assunta Ng Recently, someone broke into a car that belonged to a delivery man who was dropping something off in the International District. The thief broke the car window, took the laptop sitting on the driver’s seat, and drove away.
By Karl Ege For Northwest Asian Weekly Recently, the political issue du jour was the revelation that the uniforms of the U.S. Olympic team were made in China. I have three words for our political leaders, the media, and the pundits: GET OVER IT!
For the last few weeks, our newsroom turned catwalk housed the many creative entries that came pouring in for
By Tiffany Ran Northwest Asian Weekly When July 1 rolled around, the Viet-Wah Supermarket in the International District still had
By Staff The Associated Press FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — An Army sergeant was sentenced
By Jeffrey Osborn Northwest Asian Weekly In 2007, Jiji Jally spoke in front of thousands at a climate change rally in Seattle about her
By Jocelyn Chui Northwest Asian Weekly When local fashion blogger Jess Estrada cleans her closet, she goes