by Globalist Staff
The Taiwan Studies Program at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies presents “Why Taiwan?” as UW Professor Jeff Hou and Jackson School Assistant Professor and historian of Taiwan James Lin talk to Chang Tieh-Chih – Taiwanese political critic and former chief editor of Hong Kong’s monthly City Magazine.
Jan 29, 2018
China urges all sides in North Korea standoff to “stop irritating” each other
China urged all parties in Korea standoff to stay calm, a day after North Korea said the United States was pushing the region to the brink of nuclear war.
May 3, 2017
‘Umbrella movement’ activists charged after Hong Kong gets new leader
The move, a day after a new Beijing-backed leader was chosen, provoked anger among protesters and heightened political tension in the Chinese-ruled city.
Mar 27, 2017
Divergent Values: Where Chinese and Seattleites risk misreading each other
by Kate Wang
With so many new Chinese arrivals in Seattle, time for a guide to cultural understanding from someone with experience in both cultures.
Jan 31, 2017
Forget Pike Place, there’s a better reason to toss fish this Lunar New Year
by Greg Scruggs
Yee sang, a Chinese/Southeast Asian dish assembled through a high-flying Lunar New Year "prosperity toss" proves surprisingly hard to find in Seattle.
Jan 28, 2017
Are Chinese international students feeding Seattle’s real estate crisis?
by Katherine Jinyi Li
For some wealthy Chinese families hoping to park money offshore, sending a kid to study in Seattle and buying them a new house seems like a great investment.
Oct 3, 2016
What do you do when a loved one goes missing abroad?
by Sarah Stuteville
Frustration with uncooperative embassies and local police are common when Americans go missing abroad.
May 20, 2016
Confessions of a Chinese 12th man
by Yiqin Weng
The NFL's Chinese promotions are building a legion of fans of American football, with the Seahawks among the most popular teams.
Apr 27, 2016
Siblings I never had: The end of China’s one-child policy touches Seattle
by Prince Wang
China's "loneliest generation" reflects on the end of the one-child policy.
Apr 9, 2016
China on strike: Migrant workers who make our stuff speak up
by Elizabeth Alvarado
Chinese labor organizers made a rare visit to Seattle this week to build support for striking migrant workers.
Mar 30, 2016
What’s it really like to be a National Geographic photographer?
by Kara Tiernan
National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale says her job can sometimes by lonely and terrifying, but it's worth it to be a part of preserving our wonderful world.
Mar 17, 2016
How American women can take back International Women’s Day
by Julia-Grace Sanders
It may not get much attention in the U.S., but International Women's Day means a lot for these. visitors from Indonesia, China and Puerto Rico.
Mar 7, 2016
China ties on the line as Taiwan votes for new president
If she wins, Tsai Ing-wen will have to balance the superpower interests of China and the United States with those of her freewheeling, democratic home.
Jan 15, 2016
Shenyang to make Seattle Opera debut as Mozart’s “Figaro”
by Art Segal
Opera luminary Shenyang has spent the last 14 years earning international acclaim, from Tianjin, China, to Seattle.
Jan 13, 2016
Hong Kong bookseller critical of China disappears
Lee Bo is the latest to have gone missing. Four others involved in publishing or selling books critical of China have disappeared over the past few months.
Jan 4, 2016
China eases one-child policy, will allow two children
China will ease family planning restrictions to allow all couples to have two children after decades of a strict one-child policy.
Oct 29, 2015
Who’s out protesting the Chinese President?
by Alex Garland
Protestors representing Tibet, Taiwan, the Falun Gong and pro-democracy movements turned out for day one of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Seattle.
Sep 23, 2015
What’s Xi doing in Seattle?
by Venice Buhain
Seattle is the first destination for President Xi Jinping's first state visit to the U.S. as China's top leader. Here are five Seattle-China connections.
Sep 22, 2015
Tibetan monk-turned-developer accused of defrauding immigrants
by Venice Buhain
The SEC filed a lawsuit against Lobsang Dargey, whose development firm Path America woos Chinese investors with the EB-5 immigrant program.
Aug 25, 2015