Through the plate glass window, Oliver Bangera could see three heads looking at his restaurant. After a moment, they moved on.
Gov. Steve Sisolak appointed attorney Patricia Lee on Nov. 21 to fill a vacancy on the Nevada Supreme Court.
There is a $756 million reason to visit downtown Seattle again: the waterfront park project.
Seniors In Action Foundation (SIAF) handed out 500 gift bags last weekend to seniors in the Seattle Chinatown-International District.
The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) ran a virtual gala and silent auction from Oct. 30- Nov. 14 and raised over $430,000 to help people most in need.
After two years’ suspension due to the pandemic, Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA) Seattle partnered again with the Chinese Information and Services Center (CISC) and held its Annual Rice Drive and Voter Assistance event on Oct. 29.
Conductor Tan Dun and Mimi Gates held an informal discussion before a Seattle Symphony performance of Tan Dun’s “Buddha Passion” earlier this month.
Pramila Jayapal, the chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, took herself out of the running on Nov. 18 for Democratic leadership in the next Congress by announcing a bid for a second term to lead one of the largest groups of lawmakers in the party.
Sunisa Lee is going to make another run at Olympic glory.
The city of Chongqing, dubbed one of China’s four “furnace” cities, is known for both soaring temperatures and spicy cuisine—notably its hotpot, a peppery bubbling tabletop broth into which diners dunk bite-size pieces of food to cook and eat.