It doesn’t matter how you stumble, but how you rebound is important. It doesn’t matter where you come from, but where you are going is important.
“I am hungry for Judy Fu’s smoked tea duck,” my aunt told me when I invited her for dinner on Mother’s Day. Judy and my aunt became friends after I took her to dinner at the Snappy Dragon restaurant a few times.
King County Executive Dow Constantine takes time out of his busy schedule to celebrate Mother’s Day with his mother, Lois, at the Women’s University Club.
The Asian community’s celebration of Phil Fujii’s appointment as Seattle’s deputy mayor position was unfortunately short-lived.
“Can you appoint Asian Americans in your top administration since Asian students are the largest minority on campus?”
I didn’t know I was talking to a competitor because he disguised himself as a university student who was doing a school project about newspapers.
I wasn’t expecting an adventure when one of Northwest Asian Weekly’s reporters invited me to mentor a group of young professional women at The Vine. Drama unfolded as I walked in.
Jack Zduriencik, executive vice president and general manager of the Seattle Mariners, was the speaker at the Seattle Rotary Club meeting last Wednesday.
Last week, I went to the Seattle Symphony’s performance of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony at Benaroya Hall. Later, I watched Dr. Ken Jeong, medical doctor-turned-actor and stand-up comedian, on Jay Leno’s show through TiVo.
Try as he may, clothing designer Jason Wu can rarely be named without mention of the stunning one-shoulder, white silk chiffon dress worn by Michelle Obama at the inaugural ball. While Wu is grateful for the recognition, his designs in every show since the inaugural ball have been a deliberate departure from the notable dress.