Does college really prepare students for the real world?
10th in line to succeed the president
When Gary Locke’s grandfather came to the United States in the late 19th century to work as a houseboy, he would never have imagined that his grandson would rise to become such a powerful and visible politician in both Washington state and Washington, D.C.
Gary Locke Pictorial
Burmese refugees, miles away from home, haunted by memories of war
It is a warm and bright afternoon. Burmese refugees gather at the Kent Covenant Church and wait for the Sunday service to start. They come to the church every week, hoping they can go back to Burma someday.
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
My mom is awesome because …
In memory of Ted Pang — loving husband, community leader, and volunteer
Ted Sun Yet Pang passed away due to a heart attack on Sunday, May 3, the day after his 80th birthday.
In celebration of APA Heritage Month
Education is key: According to the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), education is pivotal to how Asian Pacific Americans (APA) are viewed and treated. The Seattle Chapter has launched a concerted effort to proactively fight for important APA issues by focusing on teaching students about the experiences of people of Asian ancestry.
Wing Luke contractors honored
Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington (ABC) honored 15 outstanding projects with its 2009 Excellence in Construction Awards. Marpac Construction, which worked on the Wing Luke Asian Museum’s new location, was one of the organizations recognized.
The 2009 Greater Seattle Japanese Community Court
In April, the 2009 Greater Seattle Japanese Community Court was introduced to the public at the Seattle Cherry Blossom and Japanese Cultural Festival at the Seattle Center.
2009 VABAW Hong Duc clerk selected
The Vietnamese American Bar Association of Washington (VABAW) announced its 2009 Hong Duc clerk: Dai Dao, a second-year law student from the University of Wisconsin.