Luly Yang Couture celebrated two decades in the fashion industry on Sept. 30.
Imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in recognition of her tireless campaigning for women’s rights and democracy and against the death penalty.
On Saturday, Sept. 30, the Rainier Arts Center in South Seattle hosted the premiere of the comic novella “Gum Saan to Golden Spike (GS2),” organized by students and sponsored by Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods, OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates, and the University of Washington (UW) American Ethnic Studies department.
U.S. Army Private Wing O. Hom, a Chinese American World War II soldier from New York City, is finally coming home.
Port of Seattle Commission President Sam Cho has been appointed by Ambassador Katherine Tai to the U.S. Trade Representative’s (USTR) Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee on Trade, which offers local and state government input to USTR on issues and priorities involving global trade and development.
The Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team resembles no other organization in the world—not even anywhere in mainland China or Taiwan.
Taiwan’s baseball team took the field Tuesday sporting caps and jerseys not with “T” for Taiwan, but “CT,” for Chinese Taipei.
Wearing an “I Love Pandas” T-shirt and clutching a panda-covered diary, Kelsey Lambert bubbled with excitement as she glimpsed the real thing.
From skydiving, stock car racing, to collecting over 10,000 Girl Scout cookie boxes for the troops overseas, Bryon Mengle has had quite the share of unique on-air radio experiences.
Animal characters in children’s books may be par for the course, but certain species tend to get more pages than others.