BEIJING (AP) — Chinese internet users lost access to Microsoft’s Bing search engine for two days, setting off grumbling about the ruling Communist Party’s increasingly tight online censorship.
BANGKOK (AP) — A popular Thai music act has apologized amid a scandal set off when one of its members wore a shirt showing the swastika flag of Nazi Germany during a performance.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Adam Crapser lives in limbo, a stranger in South Korea, the country of his birth. Forcibly separated from his wife, children and friends in America, he is isolated by language and culture, left alone to navigate this sprawling city he’s been expelled to four decades after being sent to adoptive parents in Michigan at age 3.
DETROIT (AP) — The present and future of American figure skating were on display at last week’s national championships. Nathan Chen and Alysa Liu were captivating, but it remains to be seen how much they can help the U.S. rebound on the international stage.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Liberty have a new owner and get to keep their NBA ties. An investment group led by Brooklyn Nets minority owner Joseph Tsai has bought the Liberty, the WNBA announced on Jan. 23.
SEATTLE (AP) — The plan seems to be in place for Ichiro Suzuki to be on the Seattle Mariners’ expanded roster when they open the regular season with two games in his native Japan.
Elsie Yotsuuye Taniguchi was just 5 years old when she and her family were forced from their home and into Camp Harmony, a Japanese internment camp, at the Puyallup Fairgrounds.
Young Filipino American professionals from 15 cities, representing 16 universities and colleges, were in Seattle on Jan. 26 for the annual National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NaFFAA) Empowering Pilipino Youth through Collaboration (EPYC) leadership development retreat.
Kenzo “Gunner” Moriguchi passed away on Jan. 14 in Seattle. He was 85 years old. The eldest of seven children, Moriguchi grew up in Tacoma until World War II, when he and his family were sent to a Japanese internment camp at Tule Lake in California. After the war, they relocated to Seattle. In 1956, […]
As the co-chairs of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos delivered remarks on Jan. 29 at the Chinese American World War II Veterans Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony.