A South Korean court on Tuesday ordered the country’s biggest adoption agency to pay 100 million won ($74,700) in damages to a 48-year-old man for mishandling his adoption as a child to the United States, where he faced legal troubles after surviving an abusive childhood before being deported in 2016.
SATURDAY: Mayor Harrell to join nearly 4,000 volunteers for One Seattle Day of Service
On Saturday, Mayor Harrell will kick off the 2023 One Seattle Day of Service and join thousands of volunteers to give back and take action to improve the city we love.
Devagupta among 4 Washington teachers up for national award
Dr. Rama Devagupta is among the four math and science teachers from Washington state for the state’s nominee in the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST).
Japanese cultural influences in the US
As a result of her fascination with Japanese culture, 20-year-old Avery George finds a clue about the Panama Hotel, a historic landmark for Japanese American heritage in the Pacific Northwest.
Seattle Reads in its 25th year and will feature Otsuka’s ‘The Swimmers’
Seattle Reads is turning 25 this month.
Ryuichi Sakamoto: A moving tribute, in three cinematic segments
Producer, arranger, keyboardist, songwriter, composer, electronic music pioneer, actor: Japan’s Ryuichi Sakamoto, who died in late March this year after a long battle with cancer, was all of these things, together and/or separately.
Dylan J. Locke: From the state capital to L.A. fame
When your father’s the state governor, then a member of Obama’s cabinet, then the ambassador to China—and when your mother’s a Miss Asian America, then a television reporter—you could be forgiven for thinking your family isn’t quite like anybody else’s.
Taiwan: home to more than just bubble tea
“As a democratic country with a very adaptable process of culture formation, and one with strong ties to the United States, Taiwan also has played an important role in providing American society a gateway into the diversity of many Asian cultures,” said Ellen Y. Chang, director of Arts and Culture at the Taiwan Studies Program at the University of Washington (UW) and a Ph.D. Candidate in Cinema & Media Studies.
Seattle Port Commissioner Sam Cho announces re-election campaign
Seattle Port Commissioner Sam Cho announced on Monday his intention to seek reelection for a second term on the Port of Seattle Commission.
A drive to see the positive impact in our community
When it comes to celebrating AAPI month, Rocky Fong says efforts don’t end at work— they continue off the clock as well.