Archive | March 2010

Blog: What is the best way to educate foreigners at a Chinese restaurant?  

Blog: What is the best way to educate foreigners at a Chinese restaurant?  

However, these strangers ended up educating me instead. It was their first time in America. Boy, did I make some bad decisions.

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Posted in Publisher Ng's blog, Vol 29 No 11 | 3/13-3/193 Comments

Blog: Move over, Starbucks!

Blog: Move over, Starbucks!

I had no idea that a tour on King Street South, to Tsue Chong Fortune Cookie Company and the Wing Luke Museum, would transform into a “tea” adventure for the European Muslims.

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Posted in Publisher Ng's blog, Vol 29 No 11 | 3/13-3/190 Comments

Feb. 20: CISC holds first-ever walkathon

Feb. 20: CISC holds first-ever walkathon

The Chinese Information and Service Center (CISC) held its first annual walkathon fundraising event at Safeco Field.

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Posted in Names in the News, Vol 29 No 11 | 3/13-3/190 Comments

March 8: Jeffrey Hattori is new Nikkei Concerns CEO

March 8: Jeffrey Hattori is new Nikkei Concerns CEO

Jeffery Hattori was appointed by the Nikkei Concerns (NC) Board of Directors as NC’s new chief executive officer (CEO).

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Posted in Names in the News, Vol 29 No 11 | 3/13-3/190 Comments

Feb. 24: Washington Scholars up for Coca-Cola scholarships

Feb. 24: Washington Scholars up for Coca-Cola scholarships

The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation named 253 finalists in its 2010 Class of Scholars from a pool of 2,200 semifinalists.

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Posted in Names in the News, Vol 29 No 11 | 3/13-3/190 Comments

March 7: Seattle Chinese Women’s Club holds a welcome party

March 7: Seattle Chinese Women’s Club holds a welcome party

The Seattle Chinese Women’s Club (SCWC) was held at the Bellevue Hilton and was attended by 300 people including Director General Daniel Liao and Director Jeffrey Yu of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Seattle (TECO).

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Posted in Names in the News, Vol 29 No 11 | 3/13-3/190 Comments

‘Angel of Saigon’ and Lao college student join forces to help orphans in Haiti

‘Angel of Saigon’ and Lao college student join forces to help orphans in Haiti

The giant-sized scrapbook filled with newspaper articles about her lifesaving work in Southeast Asia is worn out. Years of adding new clippings have taken a toll on its torn and weakened binding.

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Posted in Community News, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

PAROLED – Part 5 of NWAW’s exclusive with inmate Tony Ng

PAROLED – Part 5 of NWAW’s exclusive with inmate Tony Ng

The Indeterminate Sentence Review Board (ISRB) unanimously found Tony Ng parolable to his final robbery sentence, which begins in March.

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Posted in Community News, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/123 Comments

O.J. Simpson forensic expert on his career and a memorable case

O.J. Simpson forensic expert on his career and a memorable case

Dr. Henry Lee is the type of man that says “no problem,” though his career revolves around problems. Lee is a forensic scientist that has assisted in more than 6,000 cases and is renowned for his ability to glean clues from the scant pieces of evidence collected from crime scenes. Lee often works with corpses, but says that it is worse when there isn’t a body to examine. Even then, he managed to solve cases.

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Posted in Community News, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/124 Comments

Canadian grocers help Olympian realize her dreams

Canadian grocers help Olympian realize her dreams

Alexa Loo dreamed big. An accountant by day, she never lost sight of her Olympic dreams. At age 37, she is older than most athletes at the Olympic Winter Games. She has a degree in commerce from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.

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Posted in Sports, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

Diversity Makes a Difference – Part 2

Diversity Makes a Difference – Part 2

The Diversity Makes a Difference scholarship program celebrates young people who are committed to reaching out across cultural lines. Students are nominated by their school as being champions of diversity.

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Posted in Education, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

JAVA’s 2010 memorial scholarship program awarding more money to more students

The Japanese American Veterans Association’s (JAVA) 2010 memorial scholarship program will be awarding six scholarships, three more than last year with a higher award of $1,500 each.

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Posted in Briefs, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

PSIDCPDA urges voters to amend and bring 2ESHB 2912 to a floor vote

Pioneer Square/International District Community Preservation and Development Authority (PSIDCPDA) urges voters to bring 2ESHB 2912 to the Senate floor for a vote and amend it to include dedicated funding for community preservation and development authorities, as included in the version of the bill passed by the House.

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NAPCA receives $2.9 million for SCSEP job training program

The National Asian Pacific Center on Aging received $2.9 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to increase enrollment in the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), a work-based training program for older workers.

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Posted in Briefs, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

Donations dip for Rep. who backed health reform

Donations dip for Rep. who backed health reform

WASHINGTON (AP) — The lone Republican lawmaker to support Democratic health care legislation has seen his fundraising drop by nearly 40 percent since his vote, and he is quickly burning through a dwindling bank account after resorting to a costly national fundraising operation.

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Posted in National News, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

Chile tsunami reaches Japan, Pacific damage small

TOKYO (AP) — The tsunami from the deadly earthquake in Chile hit Japan’s main islands and even reached the shores of Russia last Sunday, but the smaller-than-expected waves didn’t cause significant damage.

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Posted in Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/12, World News0 Comments

Council teaches ‘survival English’ to give immigrants a life-boost

Council teaches ‘survival English’ to give immigrants a life-boost

“When you don’t know the right word, you’re going to keep your mouth shut,” said Sharon Victor, president of the Literacy Council of Seattle. In its 40th year, the Literary Council aims to “teach adults the English skills they need to be successful in their job, families, and the community,” according to its mission statement.

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Posted in Community News, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/122 Comments

Kang calls for public service

Kang calls for public service

Christopher Kang made a quick correction to his introduction about where he worked before he gave his speech to a room full of members of the Korean American Bar Association (KABA).

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Posted in Community News, Profiles, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

Cashing in: Harder for some Olympians than others

Cashing in: Harder for some Olympians than others

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — For Shaun White, Kim Yu-na, and a few other household names, spectacular triumphs at the Vancouver Games will enhance an already immense earning power. For lesser-known Winter Olympians, cashing in is not so easy.

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Posted in Sports, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

China expresses regret over gymnastics punishment

BEIJING (AP) — China expressed regret at a decision by international gymnastics officials to recommend stripping an Olympics bronze medal won 10 years ago after the athlete was found to be only 14 at the time, saying there was insufficient evidence.

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Posted in Sports, Vol 29 No 10 | 3/6-3/120 Comments

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