A fire at the building that houses Harbor City Restaurant on Sept. 1 caused an estimated $125,000 in damage and was ruled “accidental”—caused by a grease fire in the kitchen. Nobody was hurt.
Bartell Drugs is closing its location in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID) at 4th Avenue South and South Jackson Street.
A developer will build an eight-story, 103,899 square-foot building at 701 South Jackson Street, in the Chinatown-International District (CID), with 202 residential units, according to the prospective purchaser consent decree.
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When Felicity Wang went through chemotherapy earlier this year, she prayed to Mazu, a Chinese goddess of the sea.
Mukai Farm & Garden on Vashon Island will host its 5th annual Japan Fest on Sept. 10 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
A psychiatrist who helped fellow Cambodians recover from trauma resulting from the Khmer Rouge’s genocidal rule and a Japanese ophthalmologist who led an effort to treat thousands of Vietnamese villagers were among those selected for this year’s Ramon Magsaysay Awards, regarded as Asia’s version of the Nobel Prize.
Former Malaysian first lady Rosmah Mansor was ordered to serve 10 years in prison after being found guilty on Sept. 1 of soliciting and receiving bribes during her husband’s corruption-tainted administration, a week after he was imprisoned over the massive looting of the 1MDB state fund.
The World Health Organization’s top director in the Western Pacific, Dr. Takeshi Kasai, has been indefinitely removed from his post, according to internal correspondence obtained by The Associated Press.
The powerful earthquake that set off landslides and shook buildings in southwestern China killed at least 65 people and injured hundreds, state media said on Sept. 6.