On Feb. 17th the Fourth Annual Chinese Expulsion Rally and March took place at Hing Hay Park in Seattle’s Chinatown.
Community organizer Tanya Woo recently won the open seat at the Seattle City Council, but the race is far from over.
The University Book Store held a reception at the Ocean Star restaurant in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District for Curtis Chin on Nov. 1.
U.S. Army Private Wing O. Hom, a Chinese American World War II soldier from New York City, is finally coming home.
Six months after she was immortalized with a U.S. quarter, Asian American Hollywood trailblazer Anna May Wong has received another accolade affirming her icon status—her own Barbie.
The newly formed Florida Asian American Justice Alliance (FAAJA) organized statewide rallies in six cities across Florida last weekend, to protest Senate Bill 264 and House Bill 1355.
“Raining Men and Corpses: A Chinese Cozy Mystery” By Anne R. Tan Amazon Digital Services LLC, 2014 At 27, graduate student Raina Sun is not having a good go at things. She’s struggling financially after a loan to her now ex-boyfriend — who also happens to be her college adviser — turns into more of […]
By Nina Huang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Edric Zhan’s motto is “Work hard, play hard, and take care of each other.” Ranked 12th in his class, Zhan will be graduating from the U.S. Military Academy (USMA) at West Point in late May. This is very rare for a Chinese American. In fact, according to graduation statistics […]
He was first the Chinese governor in the United States, first Chinese American U.S. ambassador to China, first Chinese American commerce secretary, and the King County Executive.
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly “Superheroes aren’t people,” said Daniel Nguyen, an account manager. “The comics medium makes it very difficult to show them as anything other than a faceless list of attributes. Flight. Strength. Laser eyes. Whatever. And I specifically use the word ‘faceless’ because who knows what Superman looks like? What are […]