The question might have been a litmus test for the type of connection each candidate had with the Seattle Chinatown-International District (CID).
A candidate forum for a position on the Seattle City Council, scheduled for July 20, is embroiled in controversy after the campaign for Tanya Woo took exception that the moderator for the A&NHPI Candidate Forum, Dae Shik Kim, worked for the campaign of Tammy Morales.
Close to 100 people attended Tanya Woo’s kick off campaign on April 21 for Seattle City Council at the Rainier Beach Community Center.
The man is wearing saggy sweatpants, an old baggy down coat, a gray tattered hat, and he carries a blanket and a white garbage sack over his shoulder.
By Staff NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The City of Seattle announced on Nov. 5 that it awarded $755,000 to support 14 community-initiated projects through the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF). The NMF has two funds: the Community Partnership Fund, which is offered three times a year with cash awards up to $100,000, and […]
By NICOLE BRODEUR The Seattle Times SEATTLE (AP) — Tanya Woo used to cry when she started down the basement stairs of the building on King Street, and when you look up, you see why: On a now-faded sign painted on the wall above is a wooden arm that looks to be hanging in midair. […]
The burned-out Hudson Building in the International District continues to suffer indignities as it waits for rehabilitation. Last month, the owner of one of the building’s businesses — closed since the Dec. 24 fire — reported the burglary of $10,000 to $20,000 worth of herbs being stored in the Yuan Sheng Hang herbal shop.
By Sue Misao Northwest Asian Weekly If everything goes according to plan, the burned Hudson Building in the International District will not only be saved, but also reconstructed to retain its historic façade, according to the Woos, the owners of the building.