Editor’s note: This is in regards to our publisher’s blog last week titled, “How Chinatown battles homeless encampments.” Although street crime has repeatedly victimized me, it was not the homeless who did it. Further, I never give up on a home that bridges the homeless community. Those of us who have found safety can be […]
“He had many different interests, pursued them in a humble way, and succeeded in everything,” Sheenie Yip, a marketing intern at Wing Luke Museum, said about Bruce Lee.
Pianist and keyboardist Masabumi Kikuchi, aka Poo Sun, aka Poo, was born in Tokyo in 1939 and died in Manhasset, N.Y. in 2015.
Interracial marriage has grown in the United States over the past few decades, and polls show that most Americans are accepting of mixed-race relationships. A 2012 study by the Pew Research Center found that interracial marriages in the United States had doubled between 1980 and 2010 to about 15 percent, and just 11 percent of […]
The giant’s copper-colored eye was as big as a baseball and he knew we were watching — he could see us and smell us.
Founded by Master Chang Wu-Na and Dr. Mei-hui-Lu in 2006, the Wudang Internal Arts Academy has instructed students in the Chinese martial arts, while promoting physical fitness and self-defense.
For the Olympics, it’s so long Rio, hello Asia.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says he wants suggestions on how to improve the outreach to Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, as well as others.
Seattleite Mark Mitsui will begin his new job as president of Portland Community College (PCC) on Aug. 29.
With about 74,000 more “yes” votes, Seattle’s Proposition Number 1 replaces an expiring levy to pay for more affordable housing and provides $290 million over the next seven years.