At 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 7, during election night, Tai Tung Restaurant was packed with Seattle City Council candidate Tanya Woo’s supporters.
Many have said that running for office is a family affair.
Walking into the inaugural WA State Democrats AANHPI celebration recently, you’d see why the Asian community has done well politically in spite of the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes.
They traveled from other states and even 5,000 miles from France to support the first Asian, female U.S. (and the only immigrant) senator, Mazie K. Hirono, and her re-election campaign at a Pioneer Square restaurant on Aug. 28.
About 60 people gathered for the farewell reception of Bellevue College (BC) Interim President Gary Locke on the BC campus on June 20.
The Wing Luke Museum’s gala recently set a new record, raising over $700,000.
It took more than 200 years for the White House to formally recognize Lunar New Year since the arrival of the first Chinese immigrants in 1785. The Jan. 26 event was historic, extraordinary, and strategic on multiple levels.
“Yes!” was how I reacted when socialist Kshama Sawant announced on Jan. 19 that she’s not running for reelection for the Seattle City Council.
It’s often hard to say goodbye when it’s a permanent one.
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.