“Get rid of the drug addicts and panhandlers, and we will visit here more often,” said a white couple at the recent ID Summer Seafair Festival.
Let’s see who can smile and swallow a chunk of tofu in seconds. Who can live in a fantasy and pretend to be someone else for an hour?
A few weeks ago, my blog, “We could’ve done better for Joseph Cao” stirred up controversy in the Vietnamese community. I wrote that the amount raised for Louisiana Congressman Cao was low in Seattle.
He spoke the right thing at the right time and at the right place. When my son was a teenager, he was rebellious and combative.
I made a big decision this Sunday. Should I give away my 32-inch television in my bedroom?
I have not turned it on once in the past three years.
Last week, the Jade Buddha for Universal Peace arrived in Seattle at the Co Lam Pagoda, at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and South Graham Street.
Since he started working for Obama, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke’s wish was to bring the president of the United States to his hometown. Last week, Locke got his wish.
Breaking the mould for Asian American youth What do you do with high-achieving students who are bad leaders? I am not blaming parents. We, as parents, lack awareness of the importance of leadership because of how we were raised — not to lead, but to be great students so that […]
In contrast to Cao’s lunch, Hasegawa’s re-election campaign party at the House of Hong this Sunday was a blast. What lessons can the Vietnamese Chamber take away? …
How much do you expect the first and only Vietnamese American congressman to raise money in Seattle after flying more than 2,000 miles? …