They say that art imitates life. Yet it does more than that. Art explains life, and art helps us understand our lives.
Giving a speech in 1994, Taky Kimura looked at his son. His son had just reached across the table for a pitcher of water.
Franklin High School Curtis Chinn will be attending the University of Washington Bothell in the fall. He will be studying mechanical engineering. Newport High School Edison Wong delivered the commencement speech for his school’s graduation ceremony, his last as class president. He will be attending the University of Washington Foster School of Business. Joanna Lee […]
The Eng Suey Sun Plaza on 815 South Weller Street is no more. Fire ravaged through it on June 25, and on June 29, a demolition crew began to tear down what remained. Seattle fire investigators do not believe that fire was intentionally set. The estimated loss is $2.5 million.
“In my mind as a child, I knew that I was not like the other kids,” said Alexander Lee, 42. “I always had a sense of feeling out of place.
Supporters of Yuko Kodama are dismayed that the News and Public Affairs Director at 91.3 KBCS-FM is no longer on the job.
This spring, University of Washington (UW) neuroscience graduate student Su-Yee Lee put her fruit fly research on hold to help with the COVID-19 pandemic.
We want to celebrate the diverse works of art displayed in the Chinatown-International District and are holding a contest to honor the artists behind them. Be sure to pick up our newspaper as we announce the finalists in the month of July. The murals will be selected for various categories, including “Best #BlackLivesMatter themed mural” […]
Korean Women’s Association (KWA) announced it has accepted a $555,800 grant from Pierce County Human Services CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund to support rental assistance in Pierce County for people directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These funds will allow KWA to provide $800 worth of rental assistance for 200 households over three months. The […]
Kin On Rehab & Care Center has completed the COVID-19 testing of its residents and staff on June 11 and June 12, fulfilling the state’s requirement of universal testing of all nursing homes.