The path Judge Janet Chung blazed for herself to serve on the bench has never been conventional. And her story serves as inspiration for immigrants and women that, no matter how impossible the obstacles may seem, anything is possible.
Through the foliage, in Hing Hay Park, we see a shirtless man put his arms around a woman.
The Seattle Mariners honored Ichiro Suzuki by inducting him into the Mariners Hall of Fame last weekend.
Yajuan (Susan) Liu, CPA and principal of Hongxin Wealth & Tax Planning Group, has been appointed to the University of Washington Bothell School of Business Dean’s Advisory Board.
Seattle Port Commissioner Toshiko Hasegawa received the Aki Kurose Award for Public Service, on Aug. 28 from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Committee, in conjunction with the 59th anniversary of the March on Washington, D.C. for Jobs and Freedom,
Aug. 30 was the signing ceremony and Proclamation of Mazu Day by King County.
Actress Michelle Yeoh is set to receive the 15th annual Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film from the Santa Barbara Film Festival.
The most recent Healthy Youth Survey, done in part by Washington’s Department of Health, found that, in winter 2021, 45% of Washington’s 12th graders felt sad or hopeless.
Chun Hui Zhang, 52, of Surrey, British Columbia has fallen to his death on Mount Rainier.
A woman was arrested and faces a possible hate crime charge after she was captured on video in a racist rant and assault on women of South Asian descent in a suburban Dallas parking lot, in another disturbing example of anti-Asian violence seen across the U.S