By Mandy Cao For Northwest Asian Weekly My name is Mandy, and I am an IRS Enrolled Agent (EA) and the owner of an accounting and taxation office in Tukwila. During the past tax filing season, I once again realized the fact that the majority of U.S. tax payers are not aware of all their […]
By Farooq Kathwari White House blog My journey to America began like those of many who seek refuge away from their home countries. At the age of 21, I left the beautiful mountains of Kashmir, which had become a region of conflict, for the safety of the United States. I worked hard, going to night […]
By Shao Zhi Hurst For Northwest Asian Weekly I arrived, straight from China, in the Northwest on a sunny mid-September morning six years ago. My fiancée lived in Bellevue and worked in Seattle, so while I stayed at home practicing my English, I looked around for someone to talk with. The only neighbor who appeared […]
On Feb. 9 and March 2, 1971, the Oriental Student Union, led by co-chairs Alan Sugiyama and Mike Tagawa, led demonstrations at Seattle Central Community College
The current whaling debate is one that is perpetually heated, and one that will be around for quite some time. Among the many political and emotional maelstroms
My fellow citizens, I write to you today about a revenue proposal that could help protect public services that we all rely on.
As a junior at the University of Washington, I want to make the most of my college career. I believe that studying abroad is one way to make
Disasters can strike at any time, and being prepared is important for whatever emergency may happen in the Puget Sound.
The Cambodian war had broken out and he did what many others had done. He fled. Days and nights were difficult, food was scarce, and even the water he
Recent information from the Seattle Times’ analysis of 2010 Census data indicates that the number of minorities has quickly