Archive | Features 35

Untold stories of a humble hero — Gathering to celebrate and remember Donnie Chin’s contribution

Untold stories of a humble hero — Gathering to celebrate and remember Donnie Chin’s contribution

By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly In the honor of Donnie Chin, who was killed in the line of fire last month, amazing stories were shared with more than 800 people on Aug. 15 in Chinatown. Although much has been reported in the media about Chin, a hero, protector, and savior of the International District […]

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Posted in Community News, Features, Features 35, Profiles, Vol 34 No 35 | 8/22-8/280 Comments

The complexities of “Indian Ink” — Speaking through miscommunication

The complexities of “Indian Ink” — Speaking through miscommunication

By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly Tom Stoppard’s far-ranging play “Indian Ink” spans two continents, at least one ocean, and several decades.  Yet it begins simply enough, with a young man and an older woman sitting at a table for tea.  As the action progresses, we learn a bit more about tea and a lot […]

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Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Features, Features 35, Profiles, Vol 34 No 35 | 8/22-8/280 Comments

Jason’s day — Day wins first major championship

Jason’s day — Day wins first major championship

By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Australian-born golfer Jason Day led from start to finish to win his first PGA Championship of his career this past Sunday at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.  The 27-year old Day, who is part Filipino, was the first player to finish 20 under par in a major event. Notably, […]

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Posted in Features 35, Sports, Vol 34 No 35 | 8/22-8/280 Comments

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