On Feb. 22, MulvannyG2 Architecture hosted a reception to welcome newly elected Bellevue Mayor Conrad Lee into office. The reception took place at the MulvannyG2 headquarter office in Bellevue.
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly Is there such a thing as a “real little sheep” (versus “fake little sheep”)?
At 1411 156th Ave. N.E., suite A, in Bellevue is a new restaurant, Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot. The location is the very first in the state and the seventh in the country. Little Sheep first opened in 1999 in Baotou, Inner Mongolia. Today it has more than 400 locations worldwide.
Microsoft’s CHIME (Chinese Microsoft Employees) and Asian Employee Network hosted its Spring Festival 2011, which is one of the largest diversity events and spring
This year, Japan’s Emperor Akhito turned 77. The Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle celebrated this event by hosting a birthday reception at its headquarters in Queen Anne.
Roberto Maestas, founder of the El Centro de la Raza, died last week. If anyone would ask me to name one Hispanic leader, Maestas would be the first to come to mind
Northwest Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese Post Publisher Assunta Ng and Oriya filmmaker Prashanta Nanda were awarded the first Washington State India Trade Relations Action Committee
Last Monday, 580 people waited for Lt. Gov. Brad Owen at the New Hong Kong Restaurant for more than an hour. They were celebrating Soo Yuen Benevolent Association’s
“Bold” and “mainstream” would be the words I’d use to describe how Indian community leaders achieved their goal.
It only took 48 hours, but the scene shifted from Democrat to Republican, Taiwan to China at the House of Hong Restaurant. Gov. Christine Gregoire