Archive | Vol 29 No 32 | 8/7-8/13

First Vietnamese American congressman on how to fight political apathy

First Vietnamese American congressman on how to fight political apathy

Rep. Joseph Cao (R-La.), the country’s first Vietnamese American member of Congress, paid a visit to Seattle on July 30.

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Kisara Nishimoto is Miss Seafair 2010–2011

Kisara Nishimoto is Miss Seafair 2010–2011

On July 31, Kisara Nishimoto was crowned the 61st Miss Seafair based on her academic achievement, community involvement, public speaking, and creative expression. Nishimoto represented the Japanese Community of Seattle. She will be a junior at the University of Washington. The rest of the Seafair Court included first runner up Margo Femiano from West Seattle […]

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Will our libraries make it through the recession?

Will our libraries make it through the recession?

During these trying economic times, organizations have dealt with budget cuts, often leading to reduced hours of operation and elimination of positions, programs, and services.

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Bill would give burial rights to Hmong veterans

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Members of the country’s Hmong community who fought with U.S. forces during the Vietnam War would be eligible for burial in national cemeteries

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Guillen: Asian players treated better than Latinos

CHICAGO (AP) — White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen thinks Asian players are given privileges in the United States that Latinos are not offered.

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China setting a new milestone as economy passes Japan’s

BEIJING (AP) — China is set to overtake Japan as the world’s second-largest economy in a resurgence that is changing everything from the global balance of military and financial power to how cars are designed.

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Growing debate in South Korea over traditional medicine

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Kim Nam-soo has stuck needles into generals, actors, tycoons, and at least one president for more than six decades as South Korea’s acupuncturist to the stars.

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61st Annual Seafair Torchlight Parade dazzles with diversity

61st Annual Seafair Torchlight Parade dazzles with diversity

On Saturday, July 31, thousands of Seattleites showed their pride at Seafair. With Apolo Ohno serving as grand marshal of the parade, community floats made their way down the street, showcasing what makes each respective community great.

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Asian Americans to take city hall, even U.S. senate?

Asian Americans to take city hall, even U.S. senate?

It’s safe to say that there’s a shortage of Asians in government-related jobs, but here are some candidates who might change that.

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Primary elections approaching, and what you need to know about the local Asian populations

Primary elections approaching, and what you need to know about the local Asian populations

King County, the 14th most populous county in the nation with more than 1.1 million registered voters, will hold its election on Aug. 17.

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Miss Chinatown USA comes to Seattle’s Lee Association

Miss Chinatown USA comes to Seattle’s Lee Association

This month’s Seafair festivities included the annual Chinatown Seafair Parade and the celebration of local community groups and talent.

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Editorial: Guillen stirs up the baseball melting pot — for a good reason

With the primary elections coming up on Aug. 17, we want to showcase the Asian Americans who are running for office in this week’s issue.

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July 11: 2010 Reaksa Smaradey Khmer parade is held in Kent

July 11: 2010 Reaksa Smaradey Khmer parade is held in Kent

The 2010 Reaksa Smaradey Khmer parade was held as part of the Kent Cornucopia Days. More than 100 Khmer from the Pacific Northwest, including Vancouver, B.C., participated in the event.

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July 9–11: Washington Wines Festival is held in Carnation and raises $850,000

July 9–11: Washington Wines Festival is held in Carnation and raises $850,000

The 19th Annual Washington Wines Festival “Wine Weekend” was held at Camp Korey in Carnation The event raised more than $850,000 for Camp Korey.

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July 15: Four appointed to Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs

July 15: Four appointed to Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs

Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire appointed four people to the Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs.

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July 27: Local girl chosen for the U.S. math team competes internationally

July 27: Local girl chosen for the U.S. math team competes internationally

Shijie Joy Zheng, a senior at Phillips Exeter Academy, was chosen to participate on a team of high school girls from throughout the United States who will compete in

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Blog: The Ings: the glue of the community

Blog: The Ings: the glue of the community

Vera and Joey Ing have been role models in giving. The Ings celebrated their 50th anniversary last Saturday with about 250 friends at the Wing.

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Blog: “Dim Sum” by Vera Ing, a community mom

Blog: “Dim Sum” by Vera Ing, a community mom

If you have been a longtime reader of the Northwest Asian Weekly, you will remember a column called “Dim Sum” during the early 90s.

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Blog: Was Chelsea’s $3 million wedding too extravagant?

The Wall Street Journal said so in a July 30 article by Brett Arends. When I read it, I instantly erupted with rage.

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