Jade Garden Restaurant 424 7th Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98104 9–2:30 a.m., Mon–Thu 9–3:30 a.m., Fri & Sat 9–1 a.m., Sun (206) 622-8181 “Just come and try the food, you’ll find out,” said manager Weng Chan. “I don’t want to brag.” On weekends, expect to wait as it is packed with crowds waiting inside and […]
Chinatown power outage affects businesses
A power outage hit Chinatown International District on its busy hours last Sunday lunch from noon to after 6 p.m. Several blocks were affected including S. King St., Jackson St., Weller, Maynard Ave. S., and 12th Ave. S. At least 50 businesses were closed during the outage; some opened later when power resumed. Businesses closed […]
PICTORIAL: Recycling Fashion Contest
Photos by George Liu & Daria Kroupoderova/NWAW The recycling fashion contest is made possible by: General BioDiesel Cathay Post 186 Tsue Chong Company Waters Academy ParentMap Jade Garden Restaurant Simply Thai Restaurant China Harbor Restaurant InterIm CDA Jim Doane Thank you!
Northwest Asian Weekly / Seattle Chinese Post presents Children’s Recycling Fashion Contest
Download a flyer! Northwest Asian Weekly / Seattle Chinese Post presents Children’s Recycling Fashion Contest Saturday, July 12, 2014 Children’s Parade Competition Schedule: 1 PM — Lining up 1:20 PM — Judging begins 1:40 PM — Parade begins 2 PM — Contestants appear on stage 2:45 PM — Results announced and presentation of awards • […]
BLOG: Drama continues with $15 indecision
By Assunta Ng Anxiety struck the Asian business community on April 24, when Mayor Ed Murray was supposed to announce his plan in the afternoon for the $15 minimum wage.
BLOG: Winning friends over with lunch at Jade Garden
By Assunta Ng The Seattle Chinese community is not famous for its Chinese restaurants. I hate to admit it, but our neighbor to the north, British Columbia’s Chinese cuisine well surpasses ours.
Blog: The arch nemesis of the Chinatown ID Lunar New Year Festival: rain
Luckily, people forgot about nature’s nuisance when they saw a rainbow of kids dressed in Asian costumes marching to the stage.
Thieves target seniors in their apartments
By Rebecca Ip Seattle Chinese Post The depressed economy seems to have affected the security and safety of the Chinatown/International District and its neighboring communities. In recent months, more robberies in the streets and in residents’ homes — located in the International District, Beacon Hill, and Rainier Valley neighborhoods — have been reported than before.