The normalcy of life has been disrupted by COVID-19, and simple things like going out to eat, attending a movie, or enjoying the museum have been put on pause with no end date.
Judges have picked 30 murals as finalists in the Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID)’s “Marvelous Community Art Mural Contest,” the first-ever community mural contest.
A talented photographer, fierce advocate, and incredible soul. Those are among the words used to describe Jin-Ah Kim, 30 as condolences and heartfelt messages pour in.
The Washington state Department of Agriculture (WSDA) said on July 24 that it received two separate reports of residents receiving seeds from China that they did not order.
Brendan Borromeo, one of the young FAPAGOW board members, is a recent graduate of Central Washington University (CWU).
Facing a crisis in the city she described as “unprecedented,” Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan offered a number of promises, but was vague in providing details.
This is a look at how this pandemic has evolved and progressed thus far in 2020. Jan 20 Man in his 30s, who had traveled to Wuhan, China, is hospitalized at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. First case of coronavirus in the state and the United States. February Chinese family associations canceled Lunar New Year […]
By Kai Curry Northwest Asian Weekly The 8th Annual Asian American Pacific Islander Candidate Forum on July 22 gave candidates for the U.S. House of Representative Washington’s 9th Congressional district and Washington State Representative 37th legislative district, positions one and two, a chance to respond to questions from the community in a conversation broadcast via […]
Yoichiro Yamada, Consul General of Japan in Seattle, is leaving his post on Aug. 6. He announced his departure in July in a private letter to friends and acquaintances, saying he and his family will leave the Pacific Northwest after three years as Japan’s top diplomat in the Northwest and Montana. He did not reveal […]
Alex Fan, the Director-General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Seattle is leaving his post at the end of August, after a year and a half. A new director-general, Daniel Kuo-ching Chen, will take over. Chen is currently Deputy Secretary-General of the Taiwan Council for U.S. Affairs. Previously, he served as senior consular […]