What do you do to make up for the loss of a three-year lockdown without dining much in restaurants?
BLOG: Pumpkins all the way
If you’ve hated pumpkins for the first half of your life, you may be surprised that this fruit can delight you in the second half of your life. I belong to the latter. I can’t tell you how multi-dimensional the squash is.
An unconventional path for the first Korean female judge in higher court
The path Judge Janet Chung blazed for herself to serve on the bench has never been conventional. And her story serves as inspiration for immigrants and women that, no matter how impossible the obstacles may seem, anything is possible.
What you didn’t know about: Bruce Lee Bruce Lee in Seattle — Part 1
Did you know that there are more magazine covers of Bruce Lee than Marilyn Monroe?
BLOG: Cultural differences cause U.S.-China-Taiwan conflicts
The confrontation between China and Taiwan was partly due to the recent visit of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosis to Taiwan, which infuriated China.
BLOG: Ferrari, Bentley, Rolls -Royce in Chinatown, oh my!—Cars build communities
Most people have preconceived notions about cars. It’s a guy’s hobby. And the automobile industry is a major player in the U.S. economy that has contributed “3–3.5% to the overall Gross Domestic Product, according to the Center for Automobile Research.
BLOG: The fight between Starbucks and Union—Chinatown becomes a victim
About 30 Starbucks employees picketed on July 18, outside its Union Station store, protesting its closure in Chinatown. Starbucks has announced the closure of six Puget Sound-area stores earlier this month due to crime-related complaints.
Lori Matsukawa: Recipient of Japanese Emperor’s Rising Sun Award—A celebration of the Japanese Americans’ achievements
On June 29, movers and shakers gathered at the residence of the Consul General of Japan to honor former KING TV anchor Lori Matsukawa, recipient of the Emperor of Japan’s Order of the Rising Sun Award.
BLOG: Find your own reasons to celebrate July 4
The Fourth of July is coming up as chaos and turmoil are ripping this country apart after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions to overturn Roe vs. Wade and ban abortions, rule in favor of an individual’s right to carry a handgun for self-defense, and most recently, side with a Washington state high school football coach’s constitutional right to pray on the field with his players for liberty in religion.
BLOG: COVID isn’t over—We still have to protect ourselves
When Covid-19 erupted into Washington state in 2020, I wondered with anxiety, “Will I get it?” After 26 months, the question remains.
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