A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center has shed light on how Asian Americans perceive their connection to religion and culture.
The New York Times recently released its list of the 25 best restaurants in Seattle, with a notable focus on Asian and Asian-influenced cuisine.
The mayor of Tokyo’s busy Shibuya shopping and entertainment district is asking Halloween celebrants not to visit, fearing that a large number of partygoers following the COVID-19 pandemic could cause a disaster similar to last year’s fatal crowd surge in South Korea’s capital.
Playing ping pong in Hing Hay Park ought to be a delight.
Imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in recognition of her tireless campaigning for women’s rights and democracy and against the death penalty.
The Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team resembles no other organization in the world—not even anywhere in mainland China or Taiwan.
From skydiving, stock car racing, to collecting over 10,000 Girl Scout cookie boxes for the troops overseas, Bryon Mengle has had quite the share of unique on-air radio experiences.
Technology is wonderful, yet has many pitfalls.
Brianna Nguyen and Kylie Nguyen are not sisters, but the close-knit pair of golfers had the opportunity to play a round at the famed golf courses Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course for the PGA Tour Champions Tournament earlier this month.
The Seattle Police Department (SPD) has arrested several suspects linked to a string of violent home invasion robberies that have targeted Asian American residents in the South Seattle area.