By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly “Music is where my heart is,” said Seattle-based Rachel Wong.
By Shierly Mondianti Special to the Northwest Asian Weekly The United States Senate recently passed an immigration reform bill that they said would fix our broken immigration system. In short, the bill boasts a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S., an overall increase in most visa caps for each […]
By Samantha Pak Northwest Asian Weekly In the Shadow of the Buddha, One Man’s Journey of Discovery in Tibet By Matteo Pistono Plume, 2012 When Matteo Pistono first traveled to Tibet, he went as a Buddhist pilgrim. But after living among Tibetans and hearing their stories, he spent nearly 10 years smuggling out photos of […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Master John S.S. Leong celebrated the 50th anniversary of his Kung Fu school, the Seattle Kung Fu Club, on June 29 at the Seattle Westin Hotel with over 500 guests.
Photos by George Liu/NWAW
By Assunta Ng Who scored last week Last week, Mayor Mike McGinn received two major setbacks. His leading challenger for mayor, Sen. Ed Murray, received endorsements from former King County Executive Ron Sims — who contemplated running — and the Civic Alliance for a Sound Economy (CASE), a political organization sponsored by the Seattle Metropolitan […]
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By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly After a two-year trial that ended with a $2 million dollar verdict for former Medina Police Chief Jeffrey Chen, Donna Hanson will be ending her tenure as Medina city manager on July 14.
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Thousands of visitors will make their way to Seattle’s Chinatown on July 13 and 14 to enjoy a weekend of entertainment and international cuisine designed at the neighborhood’s annual Dragon Fest.