“It is a love letter to the Philippines from me,” said Rafe Bartholomew, regarding his book, “Pacific Rims: Beermen Ballin’ in Flip-Flops and Philippines’ Unlikely Love Affair with Basketball.”
Filipino one-stop shop launches in Tukwila
Seafood City, the California-based supermarket chain, is opening its 20th location in Washington state.
First Asian American woman to lead UW Alumni Association
For Colleen Fukui-Sketchley, purple and gold symbolizes tradition and draws unity in her family.
Rich Cho ‘trail blazes’ to Portland
Rich Cho, former assistant general manager (GM) of the Seattle SuperSonics, has been hired to replace Kevin Pritchard as general manager of the Portland Trail Blazers.
NWAW’s outstanding grads
Each year, we like to showcase a few outstanding Asian American graduates in the Greater Seattle area who have either excelled academically, athletically, artistically, or who have significantly contributed to their community.
Seattle Council votes to ban ‘Bodies’ exhibit
SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle City Council has voted to effectively ban the cadaver exhibit “Bodies … The Exhibition” from returning to the city.
Immigration could change the politics of a Georgia district
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (AP) — Sitting in a crowded strip mall office, about three dozen Gwinnett Country Republicans — mostly white — voted down a newspaper ad
Uzbek women accuse state of mass sterilizations
GULISTAN, Uzbekistan (AP) — Saodat Rakhimbayeva says she wishes that she had died with her newborn baby.
Turkey becomes global power in construction
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — An army of Turkish cranes and bulldozers is at work across the Middle East, Central Asia, and Africa, building dams, stadiums,
Spinning across the country, DJ Tina T pauses to plan a DJ camp for teens this summer
For some, career paths are mapped out in grade school. For others, it’s not until they reach adulthood that they know