Strong earthquakes hit the Tohoku region of Japan in the afternoon on March 11, triggering several 6- to 23-foot tsunami waves that caused massive destruction
Robots find many friends in South Seattle students
Those passing by the Qwest exhibition center on March 18 or 19 may wonder why there are so many students in colorful t-shirts, excited to be awake at 8 a.m.
Rock band to trademark office: ‘Our name is not disparaging to Asians’
Members of the Portland-based band The Slants create synth-pop anthems that channel 1980s icon Depeche Mode, but with an Asian flair. In one track,
NYC Chinatown bus crash kills 15
NEW YORK (AP) — Passengers and witnesses to a New York City bus crash that killed 15 people are contradicting
Mayor under fire for possibly violating ethics code
Earlier in the month, City of Tacoma Mayor, Marilyn Strickland, returned from a 10-day trip to Seoul, Shanghai
Asian foods to be featured at Vegfest
Asian foods are among the 500 different kinds of food featured at this year’s Vegfest, to be held March 26 and March 27 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Uwajimaya to open new store in Bellevue
Uwajimaya will be moving from their current location at 15555 NE 24th St. & Bel-Red Road in the spring of 2011.
Japanese players try to get in touch with families after earthquake
Boston pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka tried to get in touch with his grandmother. Oakland slugger Hideki Matsui prayed for the victims.
Young migrants changing the face of China’s cities
DONGGUAN, China (AP) — Li Biying, 20, has no plans to go home. Unlike older migrant workers who came to earn money for a few years before returning to their villages
Diversity makes a difference — Part 4
“Sara and her fellow officers re-branded the diversity club and helped shape its new moniker, Inspiring a Movement or IAM