In a statement released on Friday, Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz addressed the recent controversy surrounding a police officer who made racist comments against his Chinese neighbor while off-duty.
Lisa Takeuchi Cullen has made history by becoming the first person of color to be elected president of the Writers Guild of America East (WGA East).
State Sen. Joe Nguyen has been elected vice chair of the Senate Ways & Means Committee by his Senate colleagues.
A group of diverse women met Seattle City Council candidates, Tanya Woo, and Joy Hollingsworth at the Joyale Restaurant on Sept. 21.
This past month, International Community Health Services (ICHS) was proud to open the Health Home Center in its Chinatown-International District (CID) location.
At this time last year, Jon K. caught COVID-19. He didn’t have any symptoms, but it derailed his new career.
Joyce Koh has a bright intelligence that jumps out at you.
In an effort to combat illegal street vending that has been plaguing the Chinatown-International District (CID), the Seattle Police Department (SPD) has joined forces with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) for a comprehensive community improvement project.
In the wake of a hate crime that rocked the Wing Luke Museum on Sept. 14, Executive Director Joël Barraquiel Tan has sounded the rallying cry for unity among the city’s cultural institutions.
West Point was accused in a federal lawsuit Tuesday of improperly using race and ethnicity as factors in admissions by the same group behind the legal challenge that resulted in the U.S. Supreme Court striking down affirmative action in college admissions.