By Rebecca Ip Seattle Chinese Post The depressed economy seems to have affected the security and safety of the Chinatown/International District and its neighboring communities. In recent months, more robberies in the streets and in residents’ homes — located in the International District, Beacon Hill, and Rainier Valley neighborhoods — have been reported than before.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’re running an atypical editorial this week.
Peruse the shelves a scant 30 years ago and books by Asian Americans would be few and far between. However, times have changed thanks to key individuals who have etched the trails for API writers today.
Northwest Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese Post publisher Assunta Ng was honored on Sept. 19 by the Seattle Chamber of Commerce. She won the Safeco Minority Best Business Practice Award. Other winners in this category were Claudia Kauffman of Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Percell Johnson of Cassel Inc. and Mike Sotello of Approach Management Services.
By Carol N. Vu NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY If not for Wong Tsu, Boeing might never have become the industry giant we know it as today. And if not for a group of Asian American employees at Boeing, the contributions of Wong Tsu might still be shrouded in secret today. Wong was Boeing’s first engineer and […]