The flowering cherry trees leading to the Pike Place Market will fall prey to Seattle’s monster project to connect downtown and the waterfront.
“Asian American Eyz’d”: Furious, funny, and heartfelt
Bombing—in plain English, a comedian stuck with an audience which isn’t laughing—happens to every comic sooner or later.
President Biden Nominates Julie Su for Secretary of the Department of Labor
Today, President Biden announced his intent to nominate Julie Su to serve as Secretary of the Department of Labor.
President Biden appoints Yamaguchi as Deputy Assistant Secretary for the International Trade Administration
President Joe Biden appointed Kendee Yamaguchi as Deputy Assistant Secretary for the International Trade Administration.
Asian Pacific American Caucus puts new pressure on Biden for labor secretary pick
The Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus is ramping up pressure on President Joe Biden to diversify his Cabinet by picking Julie Su to replace Labor Secretary Marty Walsh when he departs next month.
LA Sparks sign Yang Liwei, 2nd China-born player for team
The Los Angeles Sparks have signed guard Yang Liwei, who will become the second China-born player to suit up for the team.
Joseph To: Hong Kong choral director comes halfway around the world
Joseph To came all the way from Hong Kong to study and work in the Seattle area.
CA Lunar New Year celebration
California Gov. Gavin Newsom hosted a celebration in recognition of Lunar New Year earlier this week in Sacramento.
“Resisters: From trauma and terror to the triumph of truth”
The “Resisters” exhibit, at Seattle’s Wing Luke Museum, starts out with calamity and shock. That’s deliberate.
Cindy Chung becomes first Asian American judge to serve on 3rd Circuit
Cindy Chung made history by becoming the first Asian American judge confirmed to the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.