Renowned journalist Bob Woodward’s book, “Rage,” has shown that President Trump lied about COVID-19. In February, Trump told Woodward on tape that he was briefed on Jan. 28 that COVID-19 was a deadly disease, but he downplayed it when he talked to the public several times later.
By Sun Lee Chang Rat—You tend to be far less filtered than your counterparts. Some will find your honesty refreshing. Ox—Living your truth can be uncomfortable at first, but it should eventually lead to a feeling of greater freedom. Tiger—Do you see room for improvement? To avoid regret later on, take action to close the […]
Oracle said Sept. 14 that the Chinese owner of TikTok has picked the U.S. company to be its “trusted technology provider,“ beating out rival Microsoft in a deal that could help keep the popular video-sharing app running in the U.S.
The ti leaf is dark green and glossy. Using her hands, Kalei’okalani Matsui deftly weaves, folds, shapes and bends the leaves into a rope, adding more leaves to elongate the lei. Her fingers move quickly, bracelets clinking gently around her wrists from the movement of well practiced wilii, the technique of twisting and weaving together lei.
anessa Yu has always been able to see people’s fortunes and misfortunes in tea leaves. It’s a gift she never asked for, a gift she never wanted. And when she sees death for the first time—following an unfortunate appointment with a matchmaker—it’s a gift she desperately wants to get rid of, but she’ll settle for controlling it. Otherwise, how can she truly live?
YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — A federal grant will provide Washington state with funding to identify, document and commemorate contributions from its Filipino American community. The project is a part of the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation’s initiative to commemorate all underrepresented communities in the state, the agency said in a statement. Its […]
Chinese American director Chloé Zhao has won the Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival for her film “Nomadland,” a documentary-influenced road movie starring Frances McDormand about a group of down-on-their-luck van dwellers roaming America. Zhao is the first woman to win the prize in a decade. Sofia Coppola won it in 2010 for […]
By unanimous vote on Sept. 9, the Seattle Public School Board of Directors approved the renaming of South Lake High School to Alan T. Sugiyama High School at South Lake. Al Sugiyama’s daughters, Mari and Alysa, said the school is exactly the kind “our dad would have been proud to be a part of.” Sugiyama, […]
Naomi Osaka won her second U.S. Open championship on Sept. 12 after defeating Victoria Azarenka 1-6, 6-3, 6-3. Osaka is the first Asian player, male or female, to win three Grand Slam titles (China’s Li Na won two). Osaka is also the first woman to come back from a set down in the U.S. Open […]
On Sept. 14 on Good Morning America, Lay’s announced its Smile with Lays Campaign benefiting Operation Smile. Hoan Do of Seattle, an American Ninja Warrior city finalist, is one of 30 individuals selected to be featured on Lay’s chip bags that showcase their story and the impact they are making in their local communities. Do […]