Archive | Vol 28 No 44 | 10/24-30

Opinion: Measures on the ballot

Shall King County Charter Section 475, relating to preparation of work programs and requested allotments and to appropriation transfers, be repealed, as provided in Ordinance No. 16546?

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Sept. 26: ACRS Annual Benefit Gala a culinary success

Sept. 26: ACRS Annual Benefit Gala a culinary success

The Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) held its annual gala at the Grand Hyatt in Seattle.

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Oct. 6: Three Americans win the Nobel in physics

Oct. 6: Three Americans win the Nobel in physics

Americans Charles Kao, William Boyle, and George Smith won the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics. Kao’s discoveries led to the creation of modern fiber-optic communication networks. Boyle and Smith were honored for inventing the eye of the digital camera.

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Oct. 2: Shen Consulting, Inc. and Schemata Workshop win business awards

Oct. 2: Shen Consulting, Inc. and Schemata Workshop win business awards

Two businesses owned by Asian Americans won the Seattle Mayor’s Small Business Award.

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Oct. 5: API women come together to learn leadership

Oct. 5: API women come together to learn leadership

More than 200 women of Asian and Asian Pacific heritage attended the National Leadership Summit to network and advance leadership skills on the weekend of Sept. 26–27. The Summit was hosted by The Center for Asian Pacific American Women and took place at Microsoft’s Conference Center.

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