Football enthusiast Gina Benjamin is not just training for victory in the upcoming Gay Games in Hong Kong, but she’s also on a mission to help push for legal reform for same-sex marriage.
As a baby, Han Tran barely survived the journey to the United States.
This week, King County Council Candidate Sofia Aragon greeted and met with community leaders and members at Tai Tung Restaurant in the Chinatown International District (CID).
Many have said that running for office is a family affair.
A Chinese trade delegation, the first from Siuchuan, China since the pandemic, arrived at the Bellevue City Hall to foster trade relations between China and the U.S. on Oct. 31.
Tara Tamaribuchi’s art installation, The Camouflage Net Project, covers, in its current form, a large portion of the Method Gallery in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.
Less than two weeks after a coalition from the Chinatown-International District (CID) sent a letter to Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell on Oct. 16, Harell convened a meeting on Oct. 30 at City Hall with a wide cross section of developers, businesses, and community advocates.
Shirley Ann Higuchi, the chair of the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation, was honored as a leader in the Japanese American legal community by the Asian American Legal Defense Education Fund.
Thousands of garment factory workers took to the streets of Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka, and the industrial district of Gazipur on Tuesday, Oct. 31 to demand better wages.
Today, Mayor Bruce Harrell joined the City of Seattle’s Department of Finance and Administrative Services, Women-and Minority Owned business (WMBE) leaders, and community partners to sign a new executive order that expands contracting equity and makes it easier for small businesses, particularly WMBEs, to work with the City of Seattle.