By Marie Wong Northwest Asian Weekly It has been almost four months since the murder of Donnie Chin. The sensationalism of the story has waned from the general media as other stories have come to the forefront of the news. But for the people who live and work in the Chinatown-International District (C-ID), the profound […]
The word “deferring” got John Streamas, an Associate Professor of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies at Washington State University involved in controversy early in the semester Aug. 27. What was the situation? It was a statement from a syllabus for a 200-level Introduction to Multicultural Literature class. The statement in the syllabus included the […]
By Elizabeth Wang Northwest Asian Weekly A genetic mutation that prevents inflammation present in some Southeast Asians may hold the key to treating a deadly disease, but more research is needed according to researchers at the University of Washington.
On December 2, 2011, more than 100 youth, community members and City of Seattle Officials gathered to discuss findings from the Community Action Research and Empowerment (CARE) Project, which explores issues, challenges, and opportunities within the Vietnamese community of Seattle. The CARE Project was launched in 2009 by the Vietnamese Friendship Association (VFA) as a […]