VOLUME 28 NO. 6 | JANUARY 31 - FEBRUARY 6, 2009


FRONT PAGE

Will 2009 be a good year for you?
Astrological Predictions

OX
Though a bumpy start could throw you off a bit at the beginning, the remainder of the year has all the makings of a banner year.
Work: The line between work and your private life has been blurred lately. Unless you step in and draw a clear line, one has the danger of intruding on the other.
Love: Although you have been content waiting patiently in the past, you are now eager to jump in and get things moving.

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NAMES IN THE NEWS

• Scholars on the rise
• New faces, new places
• Best lawyer under 40
• Lunar New Year Celebrations
• Organization formed to serve Filipino attorneys
• Magazine names Kumon No. 1 for eighth year


COMMUNITY NEWS

Restaurants get creative in trying times

Celebration for year of the ox moves to new location

Candidates chime in on how to get non-English speakers voting


EDITORIAL

Buzzword for new presidency: cyber transparency


LETTER

Stop blaming China for economic woes


BRIEFLY

Two nonprofit organizations merge

Asian Americans disapprove of Bush's policy

'Slumdog Millionaire' snags more accolades

City invests in neighborhood arts and cultural events

LUNAR NEW YEAR CONTEST

• Deadline for entries: Jan. 30
• Finalists will be announced: Feb. 12
• Winners will be announced: Feb. 19

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INAUGURATION COVERAGE

Leaders of the free world need to get paid, too: The salaries of leaders throughout history and today

Move over Michelle, Barack also a fashion icon


LUNAR NEW YEAR

The same tradition done six different ways

New year, old (traditional) foods

Happy new year! And welcome to the Chinese Zodiac


WAYNE'S WORLD

Apologies for a 25-year-old wedgie


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CALENDAR

WHAT:

NWAW, SCP, and Seattle Art Museum present "A Quick and Fun Lunar Art Activity" as a part of Seattle Chinatown/International District's Lunar New Year Celebration 2009

WHEN:

Jan. 31
11 a.m.-4 p.m.

WHERE:

NW Asian Weekly/Seattle Chinese Post lobby
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MORE INFO.:

206-223-5559

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