Daniel Guorui Chen of Sammamish, who graduated from the University of Washington (UW) earlier this year with majors in informatics (data science) and microbiology, has been named a Marshall Scholar—one of the highest honors available to college graduates in the U.S.
2022 has been quite a year for the Asian community—it has been unusual as the community has been hit with everything at once.
On the sidewalk in the Chinatown-International District (CID) one day last week, a man in tattered clothes lay on his belly, moving his red finger mindlessly over the damp concrete, back and forth.
Rep. Marilyn Strickland announced middle schooler Anusha Jain as the winner for the 2022 Congressional App Challenge for Washington’s 10th Congressional District. Jain was selected by a panel of judges for her app, EcoFriend.
The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation (HMWF) praised Congress for passing the 2023 spending bill that includes the Norman Y. Mineta Japanese American Confinement Education Act and the Japanese American History Network Act, which together will further education about one of the nation’s civil rights abuses.
The Northwest Asian Weekly (NWAW) was featured recently on Seattle Channel’s City Inside/Out show on the episode titled, “Taking a look back at the headlines of 2022.”
The Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC), in partnership with the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI), announced that the Lincoln District Senior Housing project in Tacoma is fully funded.
I have been living a lie. I’m not who I thought I was. Apparently, everything I knew about myself is now in question.
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida dismissed his fourth minister in two months on Dec. 27 to patch a scandal-tainted Cabinet that has raised questions over his judgment of staff credentials.
Chinese authorities are going door to door and paying people older than 60 to get vaccinated against COVID-19.