For the first time since 2017, Sen. Patty Murray made an in-person visit in Chinatown last Saturday. More than 30 community members welcomed her.
Standing before the councilmembers, who sat in a row like judges, Kim Nguyen, a beauty school owner in the Chinatown-International District (CID), asked the one question that might very well define past and present efforts of the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community to survive in this country.
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Buying a home is one of the most important purchases you will make in your lifetime, and the pressure is mounting for those looking to buy right now, with home prices fluctuating and mortgage rates at their highest levels in over a decade.
The next prime minister of the United Kingdom, Rishi Sunak, has embraced his Indian and Hindu heritage — and on Monday, Oct. 24, people across the former British colony proudly celebrated his victory.
Close to 50 people marched to the King County Council on Oct. 19 to ask for mitigation funding for Chinatown-International District for the County’s shelter plan, which will affect the neighborhood.
According to a recent University of Washington Center for an Informed Public poll, which surveyed voters in Washington state, 71% of respondents stated they trust the state’s vote-by-mail system.
The School for Good and Evil has got a problem with its curriculum. The school master is on a kind of permanent vacation, its teachers are uninspired, and its students are shallow and thoughtless (is that one thing?).
When does justice become revenge? If someone kills your family, and you go after them, is that justice or revenge? Also, do you put them in prison or go for the whole “eye for an eye” thing and kill them?
For a Filipino family of four living in Washington state, getting involved in politics was the last thing on their minds. The mother was in the hospital with a brain tumor