When Fred Korematsu, a Japanese American welder, dared to challenge the constitutionality of his internment in 1942, his objections
Local nonprofits await stimulus funds
With President Barack Obama’s recent economic stimulus package on its way to the States, many local agencies are eagerly awaiting its
Community volunteer continues deportation fight
He left Vietnam in 1996 to avoid being detained and arrested by its government. All he wanted was to
Former Seattle Public Schools superintendent Rajinder “Raj” Manhas was chosen on March 27 to become the new
Obama names another Asian American
Harold Hongju Koh, 54, brother of Dr. Harold Koh, the Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Health-Designate, becomes the second Koh to receive a nomination.
Members of the Metropolitan King County Council met with Ni Xiaoqian, vice chairperson of Wujin Chinese
A community celebration
The Filipino Youth Activities drill team performs during the opening event for the Hiwatha First Anniversary & Urban Art Fair.
Hiawatha held an urban art fair on March 8 to commemorate the organization for completing its first year of operation.
A new UW director
Paul Rucker is now the assistant vice president for constituent relations director of Alumni Relations and Programs in the UW Office of Development and Alumni Relations.
“Hammer Man” surrenders to SWAT team
A man has surrendered to members of the Seattle Police SWAT team after a nine-hour standoff.
Uwajimaya expands in Washington State
Uwajimaya will open its fourth market in Renton in late June. The new, more than 30,000-square-foot addition will anchor the Renton