Your phone pings. It looks like a text message from your bank, and it’s urgent.
In a recent interview with Carolyn Bick for the Northwest Asian Weekly, Washington state Rep. My-Linh Thai, the first refugee elected to the Washington State Legislature, opens up about her groundbreaking journey in politics.
Seattle artist Monyee Chau, Seattle Public Library (SPL)’s Artist in Residence, makes and distributes zines, and creates prints, paintings, illustrations, and installations—having studied all of these disciplines at Cornish and elsewhere.
For the annual fall renewal of her shaman spirit, Mee Vang Yang will soon ritually redecorate the tall altar in her living room where she keeps her father’s ring-shaped shaman bells.
David Yamaguchi began a new position as Executive Director of the Japan-America Society of the State of Washington (JASSW) on Nov 15.
On the day Luke’s Pharmacy—the last independent pharmacy in the Chinatown-International District (CID)—closed its doors, several customers stood outside the door crying.
Amy Yang picked a lucrative time for her first LPGA title on American soil.
The front-runner in Taiwan’s presidential race has picked the long-term de facto ambassador to the United States as his vice presidential candidate.
Sah Pham is wise for her age in the way that the up-and-coming generation is wise.
Sam Mihara, who was incarcerated at Heart Mountain as a child, received the Salem Award for Human Rights and Justice from the House of Seven Gables Settlement House in Salem, Massachusetts, on Nov. 10.