Remmie Health, a start-up for telemedicine business founded by a Seattle-based biomedical engineer, Jane Zhang, launched its first telemedicine product on Sept. 30.
The American Heart Association is seeking parties interested in its Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund
Amidst the tropical trees and scrub brush, the trailer with its assortment of electronic gear, plastic tubing, and gigantic plastic tubs doesn’t look like much. But when attached to a pickup truck, it can be hauled all over the island and quickly turned into a portable shower unit for up to four people.
On a recent Thursday afternoon at the Museum of Museums, an art enthusiast approaches a flamingo-pink mask clothespinned to a neon-yellow cord.
InterIm CDA has been a part of Chinatown since 1969, offering housing assistance to those in need. With a vulnerable population to serve during the pandemic, InterIm, moved quickly to ensure that it continued serving low-income, Asian and Pacific Islanders, and immigrant and refugee communities.
The City of Seattle will host the second in a series of workshops providing undocumented immigrants and DACA-recipients an opportunity to meet with an immigration attorney.
King County announced on Sept. 23 that it is investing $50,000 for a strategic push in the final weeks of the 2020 Census to ensure a fair count of all King County residents, and help boost return rates in SeaTac and Tukwila.
Journalist, author, and speaker Dori Jones Yang released her first memoir, “When the Red Gates Opened: A Memoir of China’s Reawakening,” on Sept. 22.
Julia Douthwaite Viglione made and donated 70 masks for Chinese seniors in the Chinatown-International District
Viet Thanh Nguyen joined the Pulitzer Prize Board in September as its first Asian American and Vietnamese American member.