By Rachel Liu Chinese Radio Seattle The 2019 “Enchanting China” Concert hosted by China Broadcasting Art Troupe (CBAT) and Seattle Chinese Radio will be held in Seattle on June 26 at McCaw Hall. Nearly 80 musicians of the CBAT will perform at this concert, featuring the renowned Chinese violinist, Lu Siqing. “Enchanting China” is an […]
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. In this edition, we take a look at a special anniversary, and the one that got away from the Mariners.
Washington Congressmember Pramila Jayapal re-introduced the South Asian Heart Health Awareness and Research Act on June 5. This bipartisan bill aims to raise awareness regarding the alarming rate of heart disease in the South Asian community and invest in reversing this trend. “Heart disease in the South Asian community has risen to an alarmingly disproportionate […]
Bruce Ying Dong, 87, passed away on May 9. Born and raised in Seattle, Bruce graduated from Garfield High School and the University of Washington. Bruce taught high school history for almost 30 years in the Seattle Public Schools. He also taught at Seattle University, and he was a long-time member of the Seattle Chinese […]
Guijuan Chen, a senior, worries about living in her International District (ID) apartment alone. Problems with her balance and a few spills have left her feeling unsafe. Chen emigrated from China 25 years ago. She loves living in the ID and doesn’t want to move to a nursing home, or to leave her friends and neighborhood.
Good health habits that help you manage heart health can also help prevent stroke. The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, lists seven habits to help prevent stroke.
By Ashley Lizardo Senior at Lindbergh High School My family is full of engineers. I grew up listening to stories about what they were designing and problems they were solving. I wanted to know more, to understand how it all worked, and to be able to talk to them about their work. So, I took a robotics […]
Thailand was never a real threat to the U.S. national team. Even so, the three-time Women’s World Cup champions had no desire to go easy on a lesser opponent in their opening game.
“I feel that I am becoming weaker and experiencing issues I never had before,” said one of the seniors who went on a tour at the newly built Kin On Assisted Living. “This is why I’m looking into care services.”
For over 24 years, Trang Le has helped patients find the best medication and treatment for their health needs.