It’s hard to know from a photo if Matt Chan’s amazed and outraged look is from his cancer diagnosis or from what he is hearing at a public safety meeting put on by the Mayor’s office.
Republicans won in California’s 45th District, which is anchored in Orange County.
Nabeela Syed, a 23-year-old Muslim woman of Indian origin, was elected to the Illinois General Assembly in the recent midterm elections.
32-year-old Kenneth Mejia took to his social media accounts to announce his victory.
Fans of Hello Kitty got the opportunity to wish her a “happy birthday” late last month when she visited Uwajimaya. Hello Kitty was born on Nov. 1, 1974 and Uwajimaya is having a month-long celebration with special Hello Kitty items for sale.
The U.S. Bank branch in Factoria celebrated its new designation as a U.S. Bank Chinese flagship branch on Nov. 3. Claire Ong, 2022 Miss Asian Global 1st Princess and Miss Asian Best in Cultural Attire, made an appearance at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. There was also a check presentation to Bellevue Lifespring, a local nonprofit that […]
McDonald’s announced this year’s APIA Scholarship recipients including two from the Pacific Northwest—Teann Manser from Spokane who is attending Washington State University, and Jenny Chen from Portland attending University of Portland. Since its inception in 2019, the McDonald’s/APIA Scholarship has awarded over $2 million to students from underrepresented Asian subsegments.
An exhibit of work from various Korean artists is ongoing until Dec. 9 at The Gallery at Tacoma Community College.
A man who ran off the road and down onto I-5 in North Seattle remains in jail on $2 million bail.
President Joe Biden objected directly to China’s “coercive and increasingly aggressive actions” toward Taiwan during the first in-person meeting of his presidency with Xi Jinping, as the two superpower leaders aimed on Nov. 14 to “manage” their differences in the competition for global influence.