Former NBA star Jeremy Lin, who plays for a Chinese team, was fined 10,000 yuan ($1,400) for criticizing quarantine facilities, China’s professional league and a Dec. 2 news report said, as the government tries to stop protests against anti-virus controls that are among the world’s most stringent.
Making art out of science
Lights! Camera! Action! The music begins and the dance troupe get into their rhythmic motions. But wait a minute—there’s more than just dance that is on display. They are doing something unique. While one group is able to magically sort numbers during their dance, the other group’s costumes light up and synchronize to the music!
“The Nutcracker” at PNB is a chance for representation & community
When Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) first came to his school when he was in the third grade, Zeheng Huang didn’t know what kind of dancing they did.
The Layup Drill
The Layup Drill heads into December with the World Cup, a new UFC Champion, and an update on Major League Baseball’s Rookie of the Year voting.
PNW residents bring holiday cheer to Ukrainian refugees
When 5-year-old Sabina saw the presents, she said, “Is it all for me?”
Lew, prominent Chinese community leader, dies
One of the most powerful leaders in the Chinese community from the 1970s-2000s and founder of the original Sun Ya Restaurant in the early 1970s, Sunny Lew, died on Nov. 29 at the age of 90. His wife, Jayne, of 54 years, died three months prior.
From sticky rice to delicious desserts, Northwest Asian Weekly staff members shared what they and their family like to eat during the holidays.
EDITORIAL: More Asian faces on TV, movies
We’ve gone from the proverbial “beggars can’t be choosers,” to “an embarrassment of riches.”
Meet Rachel He, 2022 Miss Chinese Seattle
Rachel He may be 17, but her poise, articulation, and talent have earned her a new crown and $9,000 prize money as 2022 Miss Chinese Seattle on Dec. 3, at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.
China virus protests hit Hong Kong after mainland rallies
Students in Hong Kong chanted “oppose dictatorship” in a protest against China’s COVID rules on Nov. 28 after demonstrators on the mainland issued an unprecedented call for President Xi Jinping to resign in the biggest show of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades.