Seattle business owner Tony Au has been appointed as the Ambassador-At-Large Global Outreach for Washington State India Trade Relations Action Committee (WASITRAC).
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.
Kin On Health Care Center held its Annual Volunteers Appreciation Dinner at Imperial Garden Seafood Restaurant on Dec. 8. Over 200 volunteers and guests came to celebrate an eventful year at Kin On. Special recognition was given to owners Christine and Omar Lee for sponsoring this event for eight consecutive years. For the past 15 […]
Nearly $10,000 was raised at Kin On’s Spring Benefit Dinner on April 7 at Hong’s Garden. About 900 people in attendance enjoyed entertainment by Tony Au and the International Lion Dance Team. Proceeds from the event will go toward Kin On’s $3.5 million capital campaign, set to break ground this summer. The expansion will include […]
Benefit Dinner for Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund When: Saturday, November 23, 2013 6-8:45 p.m. Where: House of Hong 409 8th Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98104 206-622-7997 $300/table of 10 Donation welcome. Dinner tickets and donations, please make check payable to: American Red Cross (Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund) Dinner net proceeds will be donated to Typhoon […]
By Zachariah Bryan Northwest Asian Weekly You might think you know Lt. Governor Brad Owen, but did you know that his two sons are Korean adoptees? Or that he was raised by a single mother?
By Assunta Ng Tan Tho Tien wanted to donate a dinner to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims at his restaurant, the House of Hong. The only
The Northwest Asian Weekly would like to thank our friends and supporters for helping us celebrate our 30th anniversary. The gala was made so much more special by your attendance. Here’s to another 30 years!
Last weekend, nearly $170,000 was raised in the International District (ID) to benefit Japan’s disaster relief effort.
The Historic Chinatown Gate Foundation held a dinner at the House of Hong Restaurant to raise funds for seed money to build a second Chinatown Gate (the East Gate)