For months, perhaps years, I’ve been sounding the alarm over the increasing threats to the Chinatown-International District (CID)/Little Saigon neighborhood/community.
The article, “Parents accuse Bellevue School District of favoring rich kids in school closures” provided only one perspective on the recent school consolidations in Bellevue.
I once had a massage therapist who refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
The recent tragic shooting incident at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has once again brought the issue of racial profiling to the forefront—particularly for Asian students on campus.
In the recent GOP debate, Nikki Haley emerged as the standout winner due to her thoughtful responses and well-rounded experience.
The recent news of the CID Night Market’s cancellation has brought attention to a much larger issue within Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID)—the importance of strong community engagement and transparency.
I urge you to stand in solidarity and fight for the freedom we all deserve.
Becoming a U.S. citizen in 2004 was a significant milestone in my life, granting me the opportunity to participate in the democratic process.
A lawsuit filed on June 30 by Andre Wong against Lumentum, a Silicon Valley tech company, sheds light on the persistent issue of racism and discrimination faced by Asian Americans in the workplace.
The Fourth of July holiday has been problematic for me for many years.