Following a recent hate crime incident at the Wing Luke Museum, Michael Fong, the Director of the Washington State Department of Commerce, has announced a substantial contribution towards the museum’s repair efforts.
Brianna Nguyen and Kylie Nguyen are not sisters, but the close-knit pair of golfers had the opportunity to play a round at the famed golf courses Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course for the PGA Tour Champions Tournament earlier this month.
When the Seattle Chinese Post (SCP) announced that it was closing, there were tears.
A new initiative, “Don’t Wait to Inflate,” is encouraging drivers to take a simple yet impactful step toward safer roads and cleaner waterways, by checking their tire pressure monthly and adding air if needed.
A celebration of life is planned for November, to commemorate the legacy of Herbert Minoru Tsuchiya, who passed away on Aug. 21. He was 90 years old.
Ming-Ming Tung-Edelman, founder of Refugee Artisan Initiative (RAI) in Seattle, has been named as one of 10 2023 AARP Purpose Prize Award fellows from across the country.
The Seattle Police Department (SPD) has arrested several suspects linked to a string of violent home invasion robberies that have targeted Asian American residents in the South Seattle area.
A beloved figure in the Seattle community known for his energetic spirit and passion for dancing, peacefully passed away in his sleep at the VA Hospital on Wednesday.
Leander Paes, the owner of 18 Grand Slam titles in men’s doubles or mixed doubles, is the first Asian man to be nominated for the International Tennis Hall of Fame in the player category.
Almost all Asian American voters, about 97%, think that a candidate’s policies are more important than their race or where they come from when they decide who to vote for.