I should be fired as a blogger. It’s no joke. I have made mistakes on names, and I felt bad. In my days as a student, I would get a flunking grade from my journalism professor.
A few insiders noticed the traffic level in the ID/Chinatown for the Summer Festival last weekend was lower than last year.
More than 500 new citizens attended the July 4 swearing-in ceremony at Seattle Center. But how many of them will actually stay in America?
“I love myself,” said Junki Yoshida, known as the “Sauce King” who brewed the original Yoshida sauce in his basement to give as Christmas gifts 30 years ago.
How spicy do you like your food when you dine in Asian restaurants? Usually, I just tell the waiter the number of stars I want for an entree. But I learned a better way from some Germans.
When Celia and Larry Lee celebrated their 50th anniversary last Saturday at the Imperial Garden Restaurant, guests noticed their youthful good looks.
The Beatles and other famous bands are long gone, but The Ventures still exist after half a century. Not only did they hold themselves together, they are now in the
Last Monday, 580 people waited for Lt. Gov. Brad Owen at the New Hong Kong Restaurant for more than an hour. They were celebrating Soo Yuen Benevolent Association’s
“Bold” and “mainstream” would be the words I’d use to describe how Indian community leaders achieved their goal.
Here at last! Here at last! After 24 years, the first fundraising event for the Seattle Chinese Garden Society (SCGS) was organized by Chinese Americans for the Chinatown