Archive | Vol 30 No 12 | 3/19-3/25

Letter: Dumbfounded by ‘Speak English, not Chinese!’ blog

I, for one, was dumbfounded to have read in heavy print, NW Asian Weekly Publisher’s blog, “Please Speak English, Not Chinese!” (in last week’s March 12–18 issue).

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Feb. 25: AAEOY Awardees Reception Dinner

Feb. 25: AAEOY Awardees Reception Dinner

The Asian American Engineer of the Year (AAEOY) awards ceremony is a national event to honor Asian American corporate leaders, scientists,

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Cool read: Jennifer K. Chung writes novel in 3 days, wins first place

Cool read: Jennifer K. Chung writes novel in 3 days, wins first place

Bellevue software engineer Jennifer K. Chung wrote her novel “Terroyaki!” in three days for the International 3-Day Novel Contest

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Feb. 26: Six from Seattle win Sun Life Rising Star Awards

Feb. 26: Six from Seattle win Sun Life Rising Star Awards

Three students and three nonprofits from Seattle were recognized by the Sun Life Rising Star Awards program, which provides scholarships to disadvantaged

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March 10–12: Port of Seattle signs sister port relationship with Dhamra Port in Orissa

March 10–12: Port of Seattle signs sister port relationship with Dhamra Port in Orissa

Port of Seattle CEO Tay Yoshitani visited the Eastern State of Orissa in India to visit the coastal lines of Orissa and sign a sister port relationship with Dhamra Port

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