By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly When Amazon.com moved its offices from the International District (ID) above Union Station to a building in Lake Union, Tom Dang felt the sting of empty chairs.<!–more–> “It was really down, for maybe, I would say, three months. Business was down about 40 percent.” Dang owns Sub Sand, a […]
By Vivian Miezianko Northwest Asian Weekly Without a magic wand, can an 8-year-old girl’s drawing and sketches of dresses be turned into actual garments?
By Jean Wong Northwest Asian Weekly Regal Financial Bank (Regal Financial), a local community bank, announced that it has settled a lawsuit accusing it of defrauding a group of Indonesian investors in a Ponzi scheme. The settlement was announced through a June 27 press release.
By Constance Wong Northwest Asian Weekly Farming is often regarded as a low-class occupation, which offers anything but excitement. In movies, a farmer is often herding cattle, wearing a cowboy hat, or riding a horse. But Victor Huang aims to dispel that stereotype.
This year, Renton became the third largest city in Washington state in terms of Asian population, according to the newly released 2010 U.S. Census.
“When you think about the future, many things come together,” said Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft and billionaire philanthropist, at the 2011 Climate Solutions Breakfast
Dr. Arun Raha first arrived in Washington state from Kanpur, India, 26 years ago to earn his Doctor of Philosophy in Economics at Washington
When residents on Beacon Hill were asked to name their favorite aspect of the neighborhood, diversity was always on top of the list.
Some Asian Americans view gardening as an enjoyable hobby. For others, growing food is simply a matter of survival. Asian farmers — in China
Scott Heimberger is often spotted sitting near the entrance of the new Jing Jing Asian Market, greeting customers as they come in. Heimberger isn’t a bag boy though