BANGKOK (AP) — Communist Laos opened a modest stock market on Tuesday, Jan. 10, hoping to attract capital to its largest enterprises
Artist Diem Chau noticed an untouched box of crayons from her school days sitting on a table. Chau was inspired by coin carvers and folk art sculptors
South Seattle Community College had five of its students earn the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF)/Walmart Foundation Scholarship.
For Thach Nguyen, 40, tough times have had less of an effect on him and the people he has encouraged to be more connected to others.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Hundreds of Korean family members separated for more than half a century by the Korean War embraced each other in tearful reunions
On Sept. 13, I, along with my colleague Randy J. Aliment, accompanied Gov. Chris Gregoire on a trade mission to China and Vietnam in an effort
HONOLULU (AP) — Forensic anthropologist Gregory Fox and his team sifted dirt on the remote Pacific atoll of Tarawa at what they thought might be the graves of U.S. Marines
The Viet Nam Scholarship Foundation (VNSF) held its 6th Annual Benefit Event at the New Holly Gathering Hall. The event drew more than 80 guests
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Vietnam, often criticized by Western governments and international groups for its poor human rights record, has published the first issue of a human rights magazine to help counter what it calls “erroneous and hostile allegations,” state media reported last Thursday. The official Vietnam News Agency quoted Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem […]
In 2007, he just wanted to build cooperation among different Asian American communities in Washington state.