By Assunta Ng Movie theaters hate people like me.
By Assunta Ng Don’t laugh if I tell you that I am a big fan of potato chips. That’s the first thing I shoot for when I attend holiday parties. It’s not just the crackling sound I enjoy when biting into it, but also the flavor of potato chips. But I don’t really need the […]
By Assunta Ng King County has released data showing which districts voted Democrat and which districts voted Republican during the governor’s race. Rich districts such as Medina, Hunts Point, and Yarrow Point voted for Republican Rob McKenna, while poor districts, such as the International District, went for Inslee.
By Assunta Ng Robert Mak, anchor of KING TV program “Up Front,” resigned last Friday. There are speculations about the station’s motive for cutting the program. As a publisher, I understand why KING cut the program. Network news is a cut throat business. Anchor changes happen faster than ice melts under the sun. In this […]
By Assunta Ng Three lucky Seattleites are invited to the White House Holiday Party. Albert Shen, a force for President Obama’s fundraising campaign and Debadutta Dash, co-chair of Washington State and India Trade Relations Action Committee will leave Dec. 12 for Washington D.C. Matt Barreto, professor of political science at the UW, will be attending […]
By Thomas Cassidy, 13 FOR NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Nearly three years ago, before I started studying Taekwondo, I was alarmingly insecure, unsure of myself, and had very poor self-image. I had, since the second grade, been under the impression that I was overweight. I was also a very angry person. Without Taekwondo, I was probably […]
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Manti Te’o, Notre Dame linebacker from Hawaii, became one of four finalists for the 2012 Lott IMPACT Trophy
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Robert Mak left KING 5 TV on Friday, Nov. 30, after the cancellation of his long running political program, Up Front.
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly After a successful career as a small business owner, Jun Bae Kim continues to contribute to the Korean American community.
By Ninette Cheng Northwest Asian Weekly Sesinando Cantor is a unique and valuable member of the community.