The OCA-Greater Seattle chapter held its Lunar New Year celebration and awarded its 2015 Golden Circle Awards February 7 at Joy Palace Restarant. The award recipients were Fred Cordova, Katty Chow, Dorothy Cordova, Assunta Ng, Alan Sugiyama, and the Japanese American Citizens League. OCA is not-for-profit, non-partisan organization representing over 10,000 people nationally, including […]
EDI Class of 2014
The Executive Development Institute of Seattle, Class of 2014 attended the Kin On Volunteer Appreciation Dinner last month. (end)
By Sue Misao Northwest Asian Weekly The United States ambassador to China, Gary Locke, said Nov. 19 that he would resign his post early next
SPD address hiring and recruitment at community meeting
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Leaders of the Asian Pacific American community met with representatives of the Seattle Police Department on Wednesday, Jan.
ACRS raises $120,000 at annual gala
The Asian Counseling and Referral Service raised over $120,000 last Saturday, Oct. 6, at their annual gala, “A Culinary Journey.” The event was anchored by a four-course dinner menu, which was planned by four local celebrity chefs. This year’s meal was created by Chef Mark Santiago of the Westin Bellevue, Phnom Penh Noodle House’s Chef […]
What’s next for this newspaper publisher? — Part 2 of the NWAW 30th anniversary series
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly “When is she going to retire?” people often ask my staff members.
Sept. 12: Local community holds meet-and-greet with Paul Killpatrick
Local community members sponsored a meet-and-greet with Seattle Central Community College (SCCC) President Paul Killpatrick at the Four Seas Restaurant in the International District. The event was organized by Al Sugiyama.
Commentary: Seize the time again … again!
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
After 30 years of helping immigrants, CCA forced to declare bankruptcy
On March 31, an agency that provided education, employment, training, and career development services had to close its doors after 30 years
Sharon Tomiko Santos clears the record on negligent driving charge
Last Thursday, state Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos, from the 37th District, pleaded guilty to negligent driving in the first degree. She received a three-month suspended sentence