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Northwest Asia Weekly Wins 18 WNPA Journalism Awards


The Northwest Asia Weekly (NWAW) won 18 awards in a competition involving 48 newspapers in Washington.

The winners were announced at the annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association 2022 Better Newspaper competition ceremony in Bellingham on October 8.

The competition—non-daily Washington State newspapers competing in a variety of writing, photography, editorial content, advertising and design categories—covers work published between April 2021 and March 2022.

1st place wins

health or medical story
Marlon Meyer
Ethics and Fairness of Vaccine Passports

business news stories
Marlon Meyer
AAPI restaurants suffer and seek relief

The artistic character of the story, long
Andrew Hamlin
Asian Futures, No Asians

Special Column
Mr. Samantha
On the shelf

brand advertisement
Korea
Miss Chinatown thank you

Multi-Advertiser Ads
Han Bui, Kelly Liao, Assunta Ng
eat. Play. live. study.

video
Ruth Bayang, Assunta Ng, Nuk Suwanchote, Minh Le, John Liu and George Liu
Seattle celebrates first Asian-American mayor

2nd place wins

government stories
Janice Nesamani
Talk to Ambassador Dai on Trade

Personality profile, long
Marlon Meyer
SPD chief Diaz

art review
Kay Curry
Love is blind

General Feature Stories, Long
Marlon Meyer
Amid uncertainty, Asians find ‘home’ with guns

newspaper website
Korea
Northwest Asia Weekly

3rd place wins

news story, long
Marlon Meyer
Little Saigon Cleaning

Educational Stories
Marlon Meyer
Bellevue College’s ‘Invisible’ Course Highlights AAPI Advocacy

social issue stories
Janice Nesamani
Unleash the power of AAPI voting!

election story
Marlon Meyer
Mayoral candidates split over style

art review
Kai Curry & Stacy Nguyen
Cowboy Pop

Photography Essay
Han Bui, Assunta Ng, Rick Wong and Max Chan
Celebrate the Year of the Tiger

NWAW competes with other newspapers with circulations between 3,400 and 6,999. This year’s contest is judged by the South Dakota Press Association.



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