In Frederick Su’s op-ed, he paints a wide swath across all Asian Americans by using fear-mongering and outlandish claims to implore the community to support Republicans.
King County Department of Community and Human Services is planning to spend $66.5 million to construct a 24/7 homeless shelter that will house more than 500 people in the Chinatown-International District (CID),
Democrats like big government and a noncolor-blind society—supporting racial preferences. Republicans, on the contrary, believe in freedom offered by our Constitutional Republic (smaller government) and a color-blind society.
I rode my bike to the Chinatown-International District (CID) on Labor Day.
I am against both of your proposals and variations you suggest for the Chinatown-International District (CID) Sound Transit station.
By David Della, former Seattle City Councilmember Tony Au, President, Friends of Gee How Oak Tin Family Association Dr. Ming Xiao, small business owner, Chinatown-ID Anna Hau, small business owner and Seniors In Action, Chinatown-ID The Chinatown-International District (CID) is a historic and culturally rich neighborhood of small businesses and residents, many of us immigrants, […]
For many entrepreneurs and small business owners from the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities, the impacts of COVID have been devastating.
By Ashley Chen For Northwest Asian Weekly Red envelopes are without a doubt my favorite part of being a child during Lunar New Year. Every year for the past 17 years, I’ve received a long red packet with golden Chinese characters printed on top, the perfect snug fit for the 200 yuan my grandparents gave […]
By Jo-Ann Yoo and Curtis S. Chin There are more than 125,000 Asian Americans living in Seattle, and according to the U.S. Census, a record 22 million Asian Americans trace their roots to more than 20 countries in East and Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. Yet, when we are inevitably asked the question, “Where […]
Like so many first-generation immigrant kids, my elementary and middle school years were plagued by an overwhelming desire to abandon my Chinese roots and embody the platonic ideal of an “American” kid.