Throughout May, the Seattle area is celebrating Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month to explore the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) culture that thrives in western Washington.
Seattle International Film Festival: Dazzling visions from across Asia
Painters, poets, scribes, and filmmakers often have to make sacrifices for their art. But the lovers of art, the ones determined to be part of the scene as fans, sometimes go it rough for their own ends.
Chloe Kim, Joanna Gaines glam up state dinner for SKorea
Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim and home improvement duo Chip and Joanna Gaines headlined the list of big names from politics, business, sports and entertainment glamming up a fancy black-tie dinner that President Joe Biden hosted Wednesday for South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol.
Mukai honored with prestigious grant from National Endowment for the Humanities
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded Friends of Mukai a $150,000 Challenge Grant for the restoration of Mukai Farm & Garden’s historic Mukai Cold Process Fruit Barreling Plant.
CID Spring Clean returns this weekend
On Saturday, April 29, more than 200 community members will volunteer to beautify Seattle’s historic Chinatown-International District (CID) neighborhood.
UW Tateuchi East Asia Library faces upheaval — 1,500 sign petition opposing changes
Yuki Shiotani was the star of his high school. He led the fight song, wearing white gloves and twirling his arms around, as his upper lip twitched back in a smile.
Vietnamese immigrants remember fleeing home after fall of Sài Gòn
Forty-eight years after the Fall of Sài Gòn, Vietnamese families still remember the emotional evacuation of their home country and journey to foreign lands.
Purdue Northwest CEO who mocked Asian languages will serve entire term
The Purdue University Northwest (PNW) chancellor, who drew backlash for a racist display at the college’s winter commencement, will serve out the rest of his term, the school said.
What’s new, next in District 2
Seattle’s District 2 is a diverse and vibrant part of the city that is constantly evolving.
Lilia Vu wins 1st major at Chevron Championship in playoff
Lilia Vu relied on her grandfather’s steady hand and calm demeanor to keep her grounded during difficult times.