By Mari Yamaguchi The Associated Press TOKYO, JAPAN (AP) — Tens of thousands of people rallied on Sept. 9 against U.S. plans to deploy Osprey hybrid aircraft on a southern Japanese island amid renewed safety concerns.
By Assunta Ng What motivates me to travel long distances, spend lots of money, wait in hour-long lines, and even beg for it?
The Northwest Asian Weekly’s 30th annual anniversary gala will feature a fashion contest held in secret throughout the duration of the event, which takes place Oct. 5, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dispersed in the crowd will be a number of undercover judges ranking participants. The winners will be announced at the end of […]
The Redmond Police Department arrested the Movie Bandits, a male–female crime duo from Bothell, on Aug. 1, ending their months-long crime spree. The Movie Bandits have been active since March and are suspects in at least 27 residential burglaries, four commercial burglaries, 17 vehicle prowls, four attempted burglaries, eight stolen vehicles, and one case of […]
The Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Seattle Police Appreciation Night with other area ethnic chambers of commerce on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the New Holly Neighborhood Campus. The chambers will honor 12 police officers chosen from public nominations for their work in the community they serve.
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly After much public controversy and criticism, the Seattle Port Commission is calling for extra
By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly Though Kamekicha Tokita has been dead since 1948, his work took center stage at the latest
By Samantha Test Northwest Asian Weekly Starting this month and running through Dec. 2, the Seattle Asian Art Museum
No one thinks that Port of Seattle CEO Tay Yoshitani has done a bad job. On the contrary, at a special meeting of the Seattle Port Commission on Sept. 11, where further action on his pending directorship was discussed, virtually every critique was prefaced with a compliment. He did such a great job that just […]