In 1962, Roman Ildonzo Gabriel Jr. started playing as the first Filipino American quarterback in the NFL. In 1989, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
It’s a common mistake.
Once upon a time, or in 2023, there was a rebellion in Heaven. Angry at being looked over and never breaching Heaven’s glass ceiling, Niu Mowang, the Bull Demon, set out to steal the magical staff of the Monkey God, Sun Wukong, and overthrow the Jade Emperor.
The “Fast & Furious” franchise is extravagant, it’s exaggerated—it’s EXTRA.
A Federal Way high school student Iam Tongi took home the win for the season 21 finale of “American Idol.”
Three Asian community leaders organized an appreciation dinner for supporters who lobbied the Sound Transit board to create a north-south option for Chinatown International District’s super hub station.
Mayor Bruce Harrell participated in the 2023 One Seattle Day of Service on May 20.
Jesse Tam’s campaign raised over $10,000 on May 20 at Joyale Restaurant.
Seattle police responded to a shooting in the 1200 block of South Lane St on May 19.
Forty years later, it’s a very exciting time for the Lao diaspora, shared Dennis Sikhanthat, creative director of Pom Foundation.