By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly “Warning,” reads the back of the DVD box for “The Great Killing.” “Contains violence, strategy.” All three of Eiichi Kudo’s groundbreaking samurai films (“13 Assassins” featured last week and “Eleven Samurai” to come shortly) contain that same warning. All three do indeed contain violence and strategy as advertised, but […]
The 13th Annual May Day March for Immigration Reform and Workers’ Rights attracted
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly As investigations begin and Boston mourns the events of the bombing of the Boston
The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) will be competing against 10 other organizations
Compiled by Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Trauma can be a difficult thing to overcome. It can set back a person’s life, but when one can
By Assunta Ng How do you say goodbye to a friend who is dying? You don’t. Or, at least, I don’t.
Early last week, a video of four members of an Asian American fraternity based in Southern California dancing to Justin Timberlake’s “Suit and Tie” surfaced on the Internet. One of the members, in an effort to portray Jay Z, was wearing blackface.