By Jocelyn Chui Northwest Asian Weekly Before actor Trieu Tran turned his personal story into a play, it was hard to imagine the torment Vietnamese immigrants had to
Feng Shui — more than just decorating
If you are shooting for a good start to the Year of the Metal Rabbit, looking into the practice of feng shui may put some extra luck in your pocket.
Community clinic providing interpretation for API community named Pioneer in Healthcare
For new immigrants, coming to America without knowing the language may sometimes make the experience unpleasant. What can make the situation really worrisome is not being able
Zoo’s female red panda almost ready for breeding season
Staff members at the Woodland Park Zoo believe that a 3-year-old female red panda is ready to produce offspring in the next breeding season
Asian American female a ‘Wise’ choice for the UW?
The University of Washington (UW) Board of Regents named Phyllis Wise interim UW president on July 8. This makes Wise the first female
Commentary: You may save up to $3,900 per year on your Medicare prescription drug plan
Based on 2008 Social Security data, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, on average, live three years longer than the majority of the population.
Obama’s immigration reform will benefit the APA community, says local groups
The Asian Pacific American (APA) community will benefit from the comprehensive immigration reform address given by President Barack Obama last week, APA advocacy groups have said.
A double-whammy loss for Asian Americans: After elimination of the U.S. team, all Asian teams follow
It’s with a heavy heart that I tell you that South Korea and Japan, the only two Asian teams left standing in the World Cup, were eliminated from the round of 16 teams this week.
As U.S. team dominates headlines, Asian team quietly moves upward in World Cup
The World Cup has been going on for two weeks, and the Asian teams have experienced plenty of ups and downs.
Are you ready for World Cup fever?
Do you have your TV tuned to the 19th FIFA World Cup? Taking place in South Africa, it officially began on June 11 and will conclude on July 11.