By Assunta Ng The first time I heard about hookah bars two years ago, I was completely repelled. “Hooker” was what I heard. You can imagine why I didn’t want to continue the conversation with anyone mentioning the word. Go ahead, you can laugh at me. My editor certainly did. I didn’t know anything about […]
By Louise Watt The Associated Press BEIJING, China (AP) — People refused to venture outdoors and buildings disappeared into Beijing’s murky skyline on Sunday, Jan. 13 as the capital’s air quality went off the index.
The United States began a landmark project last week to clean up a dangerous chemical left from the defoliant Agent Orange — 50 years after American planes fi rst sprayed it on Vietnam’s jungles to destroy enemy cover …
Ticiang Diangson Ticiang Diangson, director of Seattle Public Utilities Environmental Justice and Service Equity (EJSE) Division of the Human Resources and Service Equity Branch, was awarded the 2011 Management in Race and Social Justice Award by the Seattle Management Association (SMA) on Dec. 8 at the Columbia Tower Club.
Judge Sandra Otaka, a member of the Chicago JACL and a leader in the Asian American community, has passed away.