Election night has come and gone with no clear winner in the race for the White House.
When I went to bed on Election night, I was agonizing that former Vice President Joe Biden was losing. Then, I woke up the next day, and it was a totally different picture.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This month, we take a look at Josh Jacobs and his remarkable story, a NASCAR racer being reinstated, and a new Monster in boxing.
Local filmmaker, writer, and director, Tran Quoc Bao, has been working hard with his team to bring their hometown tribute to kung fu and kung fu movies, “The Paper Tigers,” to the big screen.
The Executive Development Institute (EDI), which provides leadership training for multiethnic individuals, has navigated its way through the pandemic despite its programs being in-person interaction and networking.
A man sentenced to life in prison without parole for his role as a 16-year-old in Pierce County’s worst mass shooting might one day be released after he was resentenced due to a change in the law about mandatory life sentences for juveniles.
A national group of Asian American Republicans has endorsed Democrat Joe Biden for president.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) live streamed its first ever virtual gala on Oct. 3 and raised $283,732, exceeding its $275,000 goal.
ACRS said the money will help it to serve over 35,000 people annually.
On Oct. 22, International Community Health Services (ICHS) received a donation of hundreds of flower bouquets, in appreciation of ICHS front line medical and clinic staff. This was coordinated in part by Friendly Vang-Johnson as well as the Hmong Association of Washington, and prepared by local Hmong farmers from around the Puget Sound: Moua Floral Designs, Yang Farm, Xai Cha’s Farm, and Friendly Hmong Flowers.
Matt Choi, co-founder of popular kimchi brand Choi’s Kimchi Company, was stabbed to death in his apartment in Portland on Oct. 25. He was 33 years old.