Kollaboration Seattle will be hosting their fourth annual event, a 60s-themed evening on Sept. 21, 2013 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Acoustic solo artist Agnes Ingarra, singer and songwriter Christian Kang, hip-hop dance team The Bosses, emcee Rogue Pinay, and spoken word artist Troy & Ariel will compete for a grand prize of […]
WongFu short leaves something to be desired
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Let me start off by saying that I’ve been a WongFu fan since YouTube and Google Video were direct
ClaraC provides a little Esc
By Charles Lam NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY When Korean American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Clara Chung (also known as ClaraC) released her first album, “The Art in my Heart,” she was riding a wave of success after taking victories at Kollaboration 10, KAC Media Juice Night, and Wong Fu Productions and Far East Movement’s ISA and graduating […]
Janet Liang dies 6 days after receiving bone marrow transplant
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Janet Liang, the young woman whose battle with cancer went viral online earlier this year, died Tuesday, Sept. 11, at MD
A-pop! Color blind casting: to dye or not dye, that is the question
A monthly column about all things Asian in popular culture By Vivian Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly A media convergence for local Asian American In local and television news, Seattle web entrepreneur Ben Huh will be getting his own reality television
A year of possibilities? – A-pop! is a monthly column about all things Asian in popular culture
Happy New Year to my fellow pop-culture junkies! December was a fairly slow month. Two films, “The Social Network” and “Rabbit Hole,”
The 2010 celebrity wall of fame/shame
Unlike last year, 2010 was a pretty successful year for Asian celebrities, particularly in music and television.
Asians shoot to the top of the charts!
Last month was exciting in terms of entertainment news. Musicians made Asian American history, San Diego hosted its annual Asian Film Festival
Epik High’s new view on music and the industry takes them abroad
By Caroline Li Northwest Asian Weekly I saw a line wrapping around the block awaiting the arrival of Epik High on a Saturday night at the King Cat Theater in Belltown. The Korean pop stars posed for photos outside the venue before performing to the sold out crowd.
The Movement comes to Seattle
By Caroline Li Northwest Asian Weekly A Hip Hop group from Koreatown in Los Angeles, the guys of Far*East Movement (FM) have been extremely busy. Their following grows bigger and bigger with each step they take in making a name for themselves in today’s Hip Hop scene.