The City of Bothell welcomed Kwan Wong recently as its new Finance Director.
Community thoughts on the end of print editions
With the Seattle Chinese Post (SCP)’s and Northwest Asian Weekly (NWAW)’s print operations coming to an end, we asked our community what that means to them.
Fresh new start for a new year — Book recommendation
After a bad breakup and falling out with her parents, Trixie Nguyen moves from New Orleans to Washington, D.C. She’s set on proving to her traditional Vietnamese parents that she can make a success of her decidedly nontraditional sex toy business.
Year of the Rabbit or Cat? — It depends on who you ask
The Lunar New Year kickoff celebrations were spectacular everywhere this year. But curiously, the animal of 2023 is not the same for every celebration.
Lunar New Year celebration kickoff
The Bellevue Collection’s 2023 Lunar New Year Celebration kicked off on Jan. 14 with Traditional and contemporary cultural demonstrations including martial arts, music, dance, visual arts, crafts and a Chinese Lion and Dragon Parade.
Miss USA R’Bonney Gabriel wins Miss Universe Competition
R’Bonney Gabriel, a fashion designer, model and sewing instructor from Texas who competition officials said is the first Filipino American to win Miss USA, was crowned Miss Universe on Jan. 14.
Yeoh, Quan win big at Golden Globes — Could Oscars be next
Michelle Yeoh’s now-viral “shut up” was the highlight of the night at the 80th Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 10.
Astrological predictions for 2023: Year of the Rabbit
Every year, I am reminded that the only real constant is change and that is definitely true this year.
A shared history with Bruce Lee — The path that led me to find Lee’s first kung fu school in Seattle’s Chinatown
2023 might be a spectacular year for Bruce Lee. Oscar-winning director Ang Lee will be directing his own son, Mason Lee, in a Bruce Lee biopic. If the movie is released in 2023, it will tie in with the 50th anniversary of Lee’s death.
Community dismayed over Sound Transit’s last workshop
Sitting at a head table, at a Sound Transit (ST) workshop on Jan. 5, that was supposed to cap off community engagement and further studies undertaken by the agency, community activist Betty Lau already had an air of resignation, if not defeat.
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