Archive | Vol 31 No 36 | 9/1-9/7

Lloyd Hara establishes Endowed Graduate Student Support Fund

Lloyd Hara establishes Endowed Graduate Student Support Fund

King County Assessor Lloyd Hara has established an Endowed Graduate Student Support Fund at the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs. The support fund is aimed at students who have academic merit, who are from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and who have experience with diverse cultures. The fund is also aimed at students committed […]

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Attorney Blaine Tamaki named Lawyer of the Year

Attorney Blaine Tamaki named Lawyer of the Year

Blaine Tamaki from Yakima was honored as Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Washington State Association for Justice.

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Local art gallery IDEA Odyssey closes its doors

Local art gallery IDEA Odyssey closes its doors

IDEA Odyssey Gallery, unable to negotiate an agreement with its landlord, closed its doors on August 24. The gallery was located at 666 S. Jackson Street in the International District. IDEA Odyssey Gallery, co-founded by Carine del Rasario,

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Uwajimaya Seattle celebrates Polynesian Weekend with Natsu Matsuri

Uwajimaya Seattle celebrates Polynesian Weekend with Natsu Matsuri

Uwajimaya Seattle hosted an outdoor Natsu Matsuri festival as part of Uwajimaya’s Polynesian Weekend on August 18 and 19. The festival included music, hula dance and taiko performances, food booths, children’s games, and more.

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Judge stops ex-Toyota worker from leaving country

By Brett Barrouquerre The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A federal judge has ordered a former computer programmer for Toyota from leaving the United States, while the company investigates the damage done by an alleged computer hacking incident.

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China AIDS patients topple gate of gov’t office

By Gillian Wong The Associated Press BEIJING (AP) — About 300 AIDS patients and their relatives tore down the main gate of a government office in central China during a protest Monday over unmet demands for financial assistance.

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New AIDS-like disease in Asians, not contagious

By Marilynn Marchione The Associated Press Researchers have identified a mysterious new disease that has left scores of people in Asia and some in the United States with AIDS-like symptoms, even though they are not infected with HIV.

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Vietnam arrests ex-bank director as probe widens

Vietnam arrests ex-bank director as probe widens

By Chris Brummitt The Associated Press HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Police have arrested the former director of one of Vietnam’s largest banks as part of a widening probe into economic crimes that has spooked investors and added to doubts about the financial stability of a country once seen as an emerging Asian giant.

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Apple’s victory could mean fewer phone options

Apple’s victory could mean fewer phone options

By Paul Elias The Associated Press SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — A jury’s conclusion that Samsung stole the innovative technology used by Apple to create its revolutionary iPhone and iPad could mean fewer smartphone options for consumers to choose from, analysts said.

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Soldier pleads guilty at Fort Bragg in hazing case

By Staff The Associated Press FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — Another soldier is being punished for his role in the suicide of an Army private, who authorities say killed himself because he was hazed over his Chinese ancestry.

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The Layup Drill — Lin and Ichiro leave, fans say farewell, others say good riddance

The Layup Drill — Lin and Ichiro leave, fans say farewell, others say good riddance

By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Is Jeremy Lin stupid? I know I’ve written before that there were too many articles on Jeremy Lin and the Linsanity phenomenon, but this summer required another look. This time, Lin made a controversial career decision by leaving New York and heading to Houston.

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Center for APA Women host Whole Person Leadership Conference

The Center for APA Women joins the University of Washington School of Law to host a conference on Whole Person Leadership at UW’s W.H. Gates Hall, Sept. 22, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference, focused on balancing work and personal life, will include a moderated panel featuring Susan Hacker, vice president of T-Mobile; […]

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Polarizing issues at third annual Ethnic Media Candidates Meet and Greet

Polarizing issues at third annual Ethnic Media Candidates Meet and Greet

By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly More than 120 members of ethnic media and more than 25 candidates networked and discussed hot topic issues at the Sea Beez’ Candidates Meet and Greet, held at the Nagomi Tea House in Seattle’s International District on August 22. Sea Beez, an organization providing opportunities for ethnic communities and media, […]

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BLOG: Double standard in the Asian community

BLOG: Double standard in the Asian community

By Assunta Ng While battling brain cancer, noted community leader Cheryl Chow came out of the closet and announced that she’s a lesbian. The mainstream media covered the issue extensively last week.

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BLOG: Triple Happiness

BLOG: Triple Happiness

By Assunta Ng “Double Happiness” is a common Chinese character seen at weddings. For Fred Yee though, “Double Happiness” is not enough to depict the number of blissful honors he has encountered this year. A week before his son got married on Aug. 18, he was elected as the U.S. western division vice president for […]

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BLOG: No pork, please

BLOG: No pork, please

By Assunta Ng I volunteered to secure the food for Sea Beez’ Ethnic Media Candidates Meet and Greet. A man asked me if there were any dishes without pork.

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BLOG: Cheering on the female candidates

BLOG: Cheering on the female candidates

By Assunta Ng While at the Ethnic Media Candidates Meet and Greet, organized by Sea Beez and members of local ethnic media, I enjoyed meeting the female candidates. It is encouraging to see female candidates running for top office. Kim Wyman and Kathleen Drew are pursuing a seat for the Secretary of State. If one […]

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COMMENTARY: Healthier days are ahead

COMMENTARY: Healthier days are ahead

By Janet Chung, Legal Voice; and Gabriela Quintana, Seattle Coalition for a Healthy Workforce FOR NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Seattle summers are the best. But with school, fall weather and flu season around the corner, juggling work and family responsibilities will get a little more challenging. There is a bright spot ahead, though.

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Molly Shen and Andy Wappler host NWAW’s 30th anniversary gala

Molly Shen and Andy Wappler host NWAW’s 30th anniversary gala

Northwest Asian Weekly has booked Andy Wappler, former chief meteorologist at KIRO, and KOMO news anchor Molly Shen as emcees for its 30th anniversary gala on October 5, from 6 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Seattle’s Sheraton Hotel Grand Ballroom. Wappler and Shen will introduce performances and events at the gala, including a short auction […]

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EDITORIAL: Don’t wait for amnesty to kick in, apply for it now!

Many young immigrants brought to this country illegally have already started the process of applying for the deportation deferral program. However, others are still hesitant to come forward, worried that the program will fall short of its promises.

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