China threatened retaliation on Wednesday if U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy meets with Taiwan’s president during her upcoming trip through Los Angeles.
‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ is a damn masterpiece
Four out of four stars
Encampment sweep on King and Jackson — Government and community approaches clash
Blaze was standing and watching workers tear down her home.
UW Quad cherry blooms
The sunny weather brought many worshippers of the flowering cherry trees to the University of Washington Quad.
Adnan Syed conviction in death of Hae Min Lee reinstated
A Maryland appellate court on Tuesday reinstated Adnan Syed’s murder conviction and ordered a new hearing in the case, marking the latest development in the protracted legal odyssey chronicled in the hit podcast “Serial.”
MUV WA working to bring more AANHPI history into the classroom
The moment Brett Han discovered Susan Ahn Cuddy—the first female Asian American naval officer—was surreal.
Seattle-based Tango welcomes Grace Liu as new CFO
Tango, a leading rewards and payments company, announced on March 28 that it appointed Grace Liu as its new Chief Financial Officer.
Xian Zhang: Classical music from Beijing to Seattle, by way of New Jersey
Xian Zhang’s Wikipedia page indicates that she started studying classical music with her mother, learning on a piano her father hand-built.
APCC Khmer New Year event kicks off a year of cultural days
Within the Puget Sound area’s Cambodian community, cultural events are typically held at local Buddhist temples.
“Chinese American” or “Americans of Chinese Descent”?
There are two bills before our state legislature coming before a vote on Tuesday, March 28: SB 5000 (Americans of Chinese Descent Month) sponsored by State Sen. Keith Wagoner and HB 1759 (Chinese American History Month) sponsored by State Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos.