The eleven new trees were the second set to be planted in Seattle this season as part of a commitment to plant two dozen new cherry trees.
Mayor Bruce Harrell joined community leaders and business owners in the Chinatown-International District (CID) on Thursday to celebrate the installation of new canopy and café lighting fixtures at Hing Hay Park.
Activists and LGBTQ+ community members handed out colorful chocolate candy for Valentine’s Day in Tokyo this week, marking the fifth anniversary of the launch of a legal battle to achieve marriage equality for same-sex couples.
Raylen Margono had suffered from Asian glow and was embarrassed by the redness that would appear on his face and neck.
The sister of former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, was killed in a car crash in Texas on Sunday, according to a spokesperson for her company.
Family members of the late Donnie Chin will gather on Feb. 21, 2024, in Olympia to honor his legacy and contributions to the community.
Before there was John and Yoko—and after—there was just Yoko Ono.
Two years after Thailand made pot legal, the country appears set to crack down on its freewheeling drug market with a ban on “recreational” use.
One might think rookie Nikko Remigio would be fielding all kinds of questions on making it to and winning the Super Bowl in his first pro season.
The City of Seattle has issued a proclamation recognizing the painful legacy of discriminatory laws and violence against Chinese immigrants during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.