The Wing Luke Museum’s gala recently set a new record, raising over $700,000.
First White House Lunar New Year event — Biden changes the narrative for Asian Americans
It took more than 200 years for the White House to formally recognize Lunar New Year since the arrival of the first Chinese immigrants in 1785. The Jan. 26 event was historic, extraordinary, and strategic on multiple levels.
2023 is a good beginning for Seattle
“Yes!” was how I reacted when socialist Kshama Sawant announced on Jan. 19 that she’s not running for reelection for the Seattle City Council.
Why saying goodbye is hard
It’s often hard to say goodbye when it’s a permanent one.
A shared history with Bruce Lee — The path that led me to find Lee’s first kung fu school in Seattle’s Chinatown
2023 might be a spectacular year for Bruce Lee. Oscar-winning director Ang Lee will be directing his own son, Mason Lee, in a Bruce Lee biopic. If the movie is released in 2023, it will tie in with the 50th anniversary of Lee’s death.
The Best & Worst Awards for 2022
2022 has been quite a year for the Asian community—it has been unusual as the community has been hit with everything at once.
Reflecting on gifts of everything
While Thanksgiving reflects on gratitude, Christmas signals a deeper message. Well, yeah, what are you going to do about your gratitude?
Meet Rachel He, 2022 Miss Chinese Seattle
Rachel He may be 17, but her poise, articulation, and talent have earned her a new crown and $9,000 prize money as 2022 Miss Chinese Seattle on Dec. 3, at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.
BLOG: Finding joy this holiday season
What is the opposite of depression? Happiness, money, love? Apparently, it’s none of these.
BLOG: Celebrating rare phenomenons during Thanksgiving
Since the Chinatown-International District (CID) narrowly escaped catastrophe this year, it reminds me to be grateful for the good in our community.
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