By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Renovation is underway in the International District. The iconic Hing Hay Park, located on the corner of Maynard and King St. (423 Maynard Ave) will be getting a makeover. The existing park will be expanded and developed due to the demolition of the adjacent post office site, which was acquired […]
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Hing Hay Park kicked off its first outdoor movie night on Aug. 9 with Linsanity: The Movie. Two more movies will be shown
Seattle Parks and Recreation will host the third and final community meeting for the Hing Hay Park expansion project on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the International District-Chinatown Community Center, located at 719 8th Ave. S., Seattle. The community is encouraged to be a part of the process and provide input […]
The public is invited to share ideas and offer input into plans for the renovation and expansion of Hing Hay Park at a meeting on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 6–8 p.m. at the International District/Chinatown Community Center, 719 8th Ave. S., in Seattle.
Members of Lu Bond Construction, representatives from Seattle Parks and Recreation, and the people of the community stand in front of the newly reopened pagoda in Hing Hay Park. On April 24, Hing Hay Park pagoda reopened after closing for a renovation project that began in February. The renovation focused on the 34-year-old pagoda, which […]
Speakers at the March 13 rally at Hing Hay Park: Chris Stearns, Nathan Duong, Khang Nguyen, Debra Erdene, Frank Irigon, Gary Locke, Dow Constantine, Quang Nguyen, Noriko Nasu, Larry Gossett, Girmay Zahilay, Sharon Tomiko Santos, Bob Hasegawa, Joe Nguyen, Toshiko Grace Hasegawa, Michael Itti, Sam Cho, Matt Toles, Janice Zahn, and Kim-Khanh Van.
Netflix has been receiving a lot of criticism lately for its lineup. No less “Bling Empire,” which premiered Jan. 15. An Asian version of the Kardashians, this reality television series has been slammed for being racist and thrown in with the movie, “Crazy Rich Asians,” as an unfortunate trend of Hollywood depicting Asians and Asian Americans only as rich people behaving badly.
Yoshiro Philip Hayasaka, known as Philip, passed away peacefully on Sept. 3. He was 94.
In this column, there’s a lot of white nonsense. You have been forewarned!
This is a look at how this pandemic has evolved and progressed thus far in 2020. Jan 20 Man in his 30s, who had traveled to Wuhan, China, is hospitalized at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. First case of coronavirus in the state and the United States. February Chinese family associations canceled Lunar New Year […]