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PICTORIAL: The Food of Lunar New Year

PICTORIAL: The Food of Lunar New Year

Special thanks to Lam’s Seafood and Uwajimaya

Photos by George Liu/NWAW


Candied Fruits


Candied Lotus Seeds


Candied Peanuts and Candied Sesame Seeds


Candied Coconut


Lucky Candy


Mandarin Oranges


Holiday Gift Basket


Chocolate Coins


Red Bean Rice Cake




Melon Seeds


Lucky Candy


Sesame Ball Cookies

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Posted in Business, Community News, Features, Pictorials, Vol 32 No 6 | 2/2-2/8Comments (0)

My list of irresistible snacks

My list of irresistible snacks

By Assunta Ng
Northwest Asian Weekly

The best advice I can give to keep your weight down is to treat yourself while eating small portions. I’m lucky to be in the International District, where there are many snacks offered at reasonable prices. Here are a few of my favorites. Read the full story

Posted in Food, Vol 31 No 29 | 7/14-7/20Comments (0)

Uwajimaya’s Bellevue celebrates one-year anniversary at its new location

Uwajimaya’s Bellevue celebrates one-year anniversary at its new location


Uwajimaya Bellevue location

Uwajimaya Bellevue celebrated the one-year anniversary of its new Bellevue location with performances and food tastings. Customers were treated to performances from the Kaze Daiko Taiko Read the full story

Posted in Names in the News, Vol 31 No 18 | 4/28-5/4Comments (1)

Blog: What sets Uwajimaya apart from other groceries?

Blog: What sets Uwajimaya apart from other groceries?

The fourth generation Moriguchi kids (front row) cut the ribbon at the grand opening. Adults, from left: Brian Bernoff, Tom Phillips, Hiroshi Hibi, Conrad Lee, Tomio Moriguchi, and Tomoko Matsuno (Photo by George Liu/NWAW)

Walking into the newest Uwajimaya supermarket in Bellevue, I noticed that many smart ideas have been incorporated into this fourth store. The Bellevue store, located at 699 120th Ave. N.E., just celebrated its grand opening last Saturday. Read the full story

Posted in Publisher Ng's blog, Vol 30 No 17 | 4/23-4/29Comments (0)

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