In 2010, I ran for the King County Council on a non-partisan platform of responsible reform, government accountability, and job growth.
On Sept. 13, I, along with my colleague Randy J. Aliment, accompanied Gov. Chris Gregoire on a trade mission to China and Vietnam in an effort
On Monday, Sept. 27, I proposed the 2011/2012 budget to the [Seattle] City Council. Right now, the city council is poised to strip out a core piece of the Department
Editor’s note: For Seattle Rotary, Bettie Luke from the Organization of Chinese Americans gave a short presentation on the top 10 lessons on life and politics she learned from her brother, Wing Luke.
The decision to attend the reading of “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” was an easy one. Sometime after reading the book, I read an interview published in a local API paper.
If every vote counts, why are political candidates doing so little to reach out to Washington state’s significant minority communities?
I believe there is a time and place in our world in which healthcare is not merely a service, but the deepest and most meaningful interaction between one human being and another.
According to the recently published Almanac of Higher Education 2010, Asians make up 7.8 percent of all full-time university and college faculty
My husband, Calvin, and I recently returned from a trip to China. We had a wonderful itinerary, which included visiting sights
On the morning of June 29th, UN-ESA (Economics & Social affairs) has released its annual report: “World Economic and Social Survey2010 (WESS).”