Eina Kwon was eight months pregnant when she was shot and killed on June 13 near the Belltown restaurant that she and her husband, Sung Kwon, owned.
When the Seattle Chinese Post (SCP) announced that it was closing, there were tears.
I am writing with great excitement to nominate Assunta Ng for the Suzanne Ahn Civic Engagement and Social Justice Award.
Community leader Tony Au donated the framed final issues of the Seattle Chinese Post and Northwest Asian Weekly to the Wing Luke Museum on June 23, 2023.
During a family gathering one evening, I brought into the conversation the recent closure of the Seattle Chinese Post (SCP) newspaper.
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY On Jan. 20, the day of the Presidential Inauguration, was also the Northwest Asian Weekly’s 35th birthday. “Wow! How did you do it?” People ask me that question a lot. How did an independent pan-Asian weekly survive that long? Sacrifices, miracles, dedication, and extreme resilience are the key. The […]
He was first the Chinese governor in the United States, first Chinese American U.S. ambassador to China, first Chinese American commerce secretary, and the King County Executive.
“How did you become successful in the newspaper business?” asked Sarah Lubitz, a Bellevue College student who interviewed me for a class project. To be honest, I don’t consider my business successful. The more I think about it, the more I feel like I have failed. I flunk the vision test not just a little — but a lot — I have been completely off base.
On Feb. 13, Northwest Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese Post held their annual Lunar New Year Children’s Parade and Costume Contest in Seattle’s International District. See the bright, colorful costumes and listen to co-publishers Assunta Ng and John Liu talk about the origins of this cultural and family event.
Thirty-four years of running a newspaper and learning how to turn struggles into miracles
Will newspapers last?