By Assunta Ng Most people say I am skinny, but I consider myself fit. I wasn’t that skinny and fit a while back, though. And I think it doesn’t matter whether you are skinny or fat, as long as you are healthy and feel energetic. “What’s the secret?” several friends have asked. Fitness gurus will […]
Woman robbed in Chinatown, loses $2,000 and passport
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly On Feb. 14, a robbery occurred in Chinatown near Uwajimaya, in the alley between Maynard Avenue South and Sixth Avenue South, adjacent to South Weller Street.
EDITORIAL: Save Janet Liang’s life. Become a marrow donor.
Janet Liang was born in Hawaii and moved to California when she was 10 years old. She started attending college at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 2005. Her major was international development studies. She dreamed of becoming a teacher, and her future looked incredibly bright.
EDITORIAL: JACL, 90 years of doing the right thing
The Seattle chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) recently had its 90th annual banquet. That’s right — 90th! It’s a number that no other Asian American organization can lay claim to. Notably, the Seattle chapter was actually conceived before the greater JACL, which was formed in 1929.