On Oct. 15, the Seattle Chinese Garden (SCG) will unveil its first completed donor recognition wall in the entry court. The ceremony will celebrate all that have supported SCG by ordering green granite bricks, which are engraved with names to honor family and friends.
Kollaboration Seattle Film Festival is seeking filmmakers of different backgrounds and expertise in the Northwest region to create a short film featuring Asian American talents onscreen.
After a brief visit to his hometown of Seattle, U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke heads off to his new home in Beijing on Thursday, Aug. 11. He will be there to prepare for a visit from U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Aug. 16.
The Eastside Nihon Matsuri Association (ENMA) is looking for about 300 volunteers to help out at this year’s Aki Matsuri (Fall Festival), a two-day event consisting of Japanese cultural and educational programs for all age groups.
A monthly column about all things Asian in popular culture By Vivian Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly The slap heard around the world Who is Wendi Deng Murdoch? Just a month ago, the public was introduced to Deng Murdoch, a former shrewd businesswoman and news corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch’s alleged gold-digging wife.
By Assunta Ng What if you and your family were forced to leave your home suddenly, then were locked up for four years?
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly It’s unprecedented for a Chinese punk band to tour the States, but Demerit isn’t just any Chinese punk band. This month, they are aiming to show America just exactly what they’re made of.
By Vivian Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly The dim computer screen blinked back at Timothy Wang as his fingers flitted across the keyboard, typing in the web address for www.gay.com. Once the social networking website loaded, he skimmed the online profile photos, seeing only a sea of white faces reflecting back at him. Wang finally settled […]
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly “Majority minority districts will lead to more civic participation in communities of color,” said Cherry Cayabyab, project director of United for Fair Representation, which is a coalition that works through the Win/Win Network to push for, among other things, a 10th congressional district that is made up primarily of […]
Currently, Washington state is made up of more than one-quarter people of color. In King County, about one in three is a person of color.