Focused on son’s healing, family closes Phnom Penh Noodle House
by Connie Shen
For 30 years, the Ung family shared their Khmer culture through food at the Phnom Penh Noodle House, one of the few Cambodian restaurants in the Seattle area.
May 23, 2018
News & Politics
Raise for Uganda government scientists creates controversyby Global Press News ServiceMay 23, 2018
Some supporters of the initiative to raise wages for scientists said it will drive the country's innovation.
Celebrating Mexican American and Chicana/o Culture at the 2018 Northwest Folklife Festivalby Northwest FolklifeMay 22, 2018
Arts & Culture
Sophorn Sim of ECOSS equips multicultural communities with environmentally friendly ways to liveby Puget Sound Future-MakersMay 23, 2018
By Kamna Sashtri for Puget Sound Future-Makers Sophorn Sim grew up catching fish, snails, and crabs in her backyard in Cambodia. There was no need to go to the market for seafood when a fresh catch was a stone’s throw away. When war broke out in the country, Sim saw the world change before her […]
Up North and Down South, young people of color are greening their neighborhoodsby Puget Sound Future-MakersMay 4, 2018
Race & Ethnicity
UW study asks if ethnicity-based microaggressions affect healthby Agatha PachecoApr 24, 2018
The researchers are seeking participants who are black, Latino or multiracial, who will be compensated $10 for their time and a blood sample.
International esports tournament leaves Seattle for Canadaby Ryan PhelanMay 2, 2018
Valve attributed the relocation to Vancouver, B.C. to KeyArena renovations, but last year recurring issues with participant visas spurred rumors that the tournament would leave Seattle.