Tag Archive | "Dennis Su"

Welcoming waves enhance freeway columns

Welcoming waves enhance freeway columns

By Vivian Nguyen
Northwest Asian Weekly

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Colorful art has brightened things up beneath the I-5 overpass at S. King Street in Seattle. (Photo by Vivian Nguyen/NWAW)

The strip of 30 columns under the I-5 overpass on South King Street has undergone a makeover in a bid to transform and revitalize the area. The community project, led by former architects-turned-retirees Dennis Su and Alex Young, had a recent dedication ceremony to commemorate the painting done on the columns. Read the full story

Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Profiles, Vol 32 No 52 | 12/21-12/27Comments (0)

Work doesn’t stop after retirement for CTEF’s Dennis Su

Work doesn’t stop after retirement for CTEF’s Dennis Su

By Elizabeth Wang
Northwest Asian Weekly

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Dennis Su staffing a CTEF booth. (Photo from Dennis Su)

At 71, Dennis Su takes his retirement seriously. Whether it’s attending board meetings for multiple organizations around Read the full story

Posted in Profiles, Vol 31 No 49 | 12/1-12/7Comments (2)

Aegis appoints Chinese community leaders to Living Advisory Board

Aegis appoints Chinese community leaders to Living Advisory Board

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From left: Alaric Bien, I-Jen Chen, and Dennis Su

Aegis Living announced the creation of a new advisory board to guide the company on its proposed development of an Asian culture senior living community, the Aegis Gardens of Newcastle. Boardmembers include local leaders Alaric Bien, Dennis Su, Fred Crosetto, LoYu Sun, Mike Jiang, Shiao-Yen Wu, Walter Liang, YP Chan, and Dr. I-Jen Chen. Read the full story

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 31 No 28 | 7/7-7/13Comments (0)

Blog: A dedicated couple

Blog: A dedicated couple

From left: Lawrence Pang, president of the Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Millie Su, Alvin Wong, Dennis Su, and Van Vong (Photo by George Liu/NWAW)

If you need to get something done, get a busy person to do it. Dennis Su, who is chair of the parade, is also active in many other community projects, including China Tomorrow, a foundation he started to build schools in China’s impoverished regions. Read the full story

Posted in Publisher Ng's blog, Vol 29 No 31 | 7/31-8/6Comments (0)

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