Han Xu understandably grew up idolizing Yao Ming, mesmerized by the giant shadow the 7-foot-6 Hall of Famer cast each time he stepped onto an NBA court.
King County Elections (KCE) has mailed out over 1.4 million ballots to registered voters across King County for the 2022 Primary election on Aug. 2. KCE is projecting 45% turnout for this election. In 2020, Primary turnout in King County reached 56%. In 2018, voters turned out at 43%.
More than 500 years ago, Hawaiians placed four boulders on a Waikiki beach to honor visitors from the court of Tahiti’s king who had healed the sick.
When I walked into a showing for “Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank,” I was thinking, right, “paws of fury” equals “fists of fury.”
Action-packed police thriller “Raging Fire” won best film and three other awards at the Hong Kong Film Awards, beating out a crowd favorite film about late Cantopop singer Anita Mui.
Administrator Isabel Casillas Guzman, the head of the United States Small Business Administration (SBA), visited Seattle last week to discuss what recent federal infrastructure bills and business relief funding could mean for Seattle’s small business owners.
A man stole at least $8,000 worth of products from a video game store in the Chinatown-International District.
I am an expert in climate change.
If you’ve walked through your neighborhood recently, you’ve probably noticed “Now Hiring” signs in shop windows.
July 21 to 24, artists and organizations will come together at 419 Occidental Avenue in Pioneer Square to energize the space and increase awareness of the diversified talent of our community.