By ZEN SOO and VINCENT YU Associated Press HONG KONG (AP) —Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on April 4 that she wouldn’t seek a second term after a rocky five years marked by huge protests calling for her resignation, a security crackdown that has quashed dissent and most recently a COVID-19 wave that overwhelmed […]
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean President-elect Yoon Suk Yeol announced his intent on April 3 to name a seasoned former prime minister and economic expert to serve as the country’s No. 2 official under his incoming government. Yoon’s pick of Han Duck-soo for prime minister is the first major nomination in his government, […]
The verdict is in. My employees have just voted “no” on returning to in-office work. And my verdict is…
When Jing Wu ran around barefoot, raising chickens in his village of Xunyang in Taishan, China, he never dreamt that one day he would patrol Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID) in an SUV as a Seattle Police Department (SPD) officer.
For Bill Tanaka, 24, living in his parents’ house during the pandemic has meant taking control of the kitchen when it’s his turn to cook.
“Nisei fall down seven times; rise up again. In Rainier’s shadow, sacred torii beckons like Mount Fuji; welcome sight after our release from World War II desert prisons. Cherry blossoms flutter like snow” – Larry Matsuda’s dedication for a bench at the new torii (bench not completed)