They had planned it down to the type of trees they would plant—Chinese Windmill Palms—so that the restaurant owners wouldn’t have to worry about patrons slipping on fallen leaves or flower petals in the winter.
NAIOP Real Estate Challenge selects winner
Students from University of Washington, Portland State University, and University of British Columbia (UBC) competed at the 2023 NAIOP Real Estate Challenge held on March 14-15 in Seattle.
In health, as in all things, validation is key—the patient is sometimes right
It’s 1995. I’m walking on an abandoned runway at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, Texas.
Chinese SARS whistleblower Jiang Yanyong dies at 91
Jiang Yanyong, a Chinese military doctor who revealed the full extent of the 2003 SARS outbreak and was later placed under house arrest for his political outspokenness, has died, a long-time acquaintance and a Hong Kong newspaper said Tuesday.
You can’t go home again (or can you?): Book recommendations
When Audrey Zhou left the tiny Illinois town of Hickory Grove after high school, she never looked back. Moving to New York City, she became the person she always wanted to be—from the high-paying, high-pressure job, to a seemingly perfect fiancé, Ben.
Nancy Yao named first director of the new Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum
Nancy Yao has been named the founding director of the Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum, effective June 5.
South Asian traditional clothing centered around holidays
The Hindu holiday Holi is an important celebration for many Indian Americans. Many stores in the Pacific Northwest thrive during this holiday season because many people are buying traditional clothing to wear on the holiday.
These tax tips can make filing (1040) EZ
With tax day approaching, there’s no time like the present to get started on your 2022 returns and submit them well before the April 18 deadline.
Rohingya refugee chosen for Transforming Lives Award
Every year, the Washington State Association of College Trustees (ACT) honors community and technical college students with the Transforming Lives Award, which recognizes “current or former students whose lives have been transformed by pursuing higher education at a community or technical college.”
COMMENTARY: Destroying the CID is not a justifiable when there is a better alternative
Sound Transit cannot let our treasured Chinatown International District (CID) become collateral damage for yet another regional infrastructure project, when there is a better alternative.