On May 5, over 3,000 people visited Seattle Center to celebrate national API Heritage Month. They were met with five hours of programing, including performances from the Filipino Youth Activities Drill Team, Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team, the Massive Monkees, and other cultural groups.
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Each year, the Northwest Asian Weekly sends a team of intrepid film reviewers to the Seattle International Film Festival to pick out the best Asian and Asian American films. Starting this week and running through the end of May, we will be reviewing our picks for the most interesting APA […]
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Aegis Living, a Redmond-based assisted living provider administering over two dozen properties in Washington, California, and Nevada, is moving forward with plans to break ground for a new culturally Chinese retirement facility near Bellevue, modeled after its successful Aegis Gardens in Fremont, Calif.
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly While some seek investment opportunities for themselves, others do it for their children.<!–more–> But no matter the reason, wealthy foreign investors have a pathway to a green card that’s much quicker than the traditional process. Entrepreneurs, businesspeople, and investors outside of America can seek a visa that would permit […]
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Several robes from the Young collection will be heading back to the Pacific Northwest in the coming months, though their destination is not yet decided.
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Two local college campuses are preparing to commission and restore art installations relating to Japanese history.
By Assunta Ng How do you measure the success of an organization’s fundraising event? By the amount of money it raises? By the number of attendees or the quality of the program?