Twelve-year-old Faryn Liu wants nothing more than to become a warrior in the Jade Society and honor her family and the gods.
Seattle Children’s Hospital’s first vice president and chief equity, diversity, and inclusion officer, Andrew Lee, is ready to address anti-racism through engagement.
When Harry Manaka was in the band Somethin’ Else, they played for crowds of 500-600 people—the majority of whom were Asian American.
Stay home when possible, stay healthy As counties around the state begin to reopen, remember: It’s still safest to stay home. If you go out, stay six feet apart, wear a face covering and wash your hands. Stay local. Fewer, safer interactions are crucial. Get tested if you feel ill If you feel any symptoms […]
Playing a Chinese mother in America—vivid, domineering, but secretly vulnerable—seems like child’s play to actress Pamelyn Chee. And by this point, it may well be. But to get there, she started acting as an actual child.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This month, we take a look at a college basketball player taking his team on a Cinderella run to the Final Four, a baseball manager speaking out against anti-Asian hate, and a former UW Husky football player supporting the AAPI community.
Seattle Rice Society.
The group has more to do with strengthening Asian American voices than with food. It organized the “Stop Asian Hate” rally on April 3 in the Chinatown-International District, in response to the Georgia killing of eight people, including six Asian women last month.
A vicious attack on a Filipino woman near New York City’s Times Square is drawing widespread condemnation and raising alarms about the failure of bystanders to intervene amid a rash of anti-Asian violence across the U.S.
Northwest Asian Weekly award
First — Heidi Luu
Second — Ella H. Nguyen
Third — Kristen Xu
As the world confronts the current pandemic, our society finds itself dealing with another alarming issue: COVID-19-related biases that are leading to attacks on the Asian community.