Written by Lee & Lee, PS Attorneys at Law   
Thursday, 03 November 2011 13:45

Lee & Lee PS Law Talk

Q: I have been reading a lot lately about the EB-5 Investor Visa.  What is this? A: The EB-5 Visa program was created in 1990 by the US Congress to give foreign nationals a means to seek permanent residency by investing in the US economy.  The program has an annual quota of 10,000 visas per year for foreign nationals and their family members.  Of those, 5,000 visas are specifically reserved for investments made in regional centers.

Chinglish is not just about mistranslations
Written by Lillian Young   
Thursday, 03 November 2011 13:15

Jennifer Lim and Gary Wilmes in David Henry Hwang's play "Chinglish," at the Longacre Theatre. Photo: Michael McCabe.Funny and genuine, David Henry Hwang’s new comedy Chinglish made its way to Broadway with its original cast after the successful debut in Chicago.

The Tony-Award winning Chinese American playwright continues to study the complexity of East-West relationships. Similar to his famous Broadway hit M. Butterfly and the most recent play Yellow Face, Hwang closely examines the difficulties of communications as well as the nuts and bolts of cross-culture misunderstandings.

Focal on Seattle: Local Happenings Nov. 3 2011
Thursday, 03 November 2011 13:12

Seattle Auto Show and Seattle Comedy CompetitionSeattle Auto Show - Check out the 2012 line of hybrids, roadsters, and the slick little Fiat 500 (aka the Cinquecento).

32nd Annual Seattle Stand-Up Comedy Competition - Billy Wayne Davis will be on hand to host. He’ll be presenting 16 outstanding comedians from throughout the country who have arrived in the hopes of winning a $5,000 grand prize.

Quality Time in Dining: Korean Style
Written by Angela Watson   
Thursday, 03 November 2011 12:58

Korean BBQIt’s a weekend evening in South Korea. There are restaurants everywhere, bustling with activity as people come to eat dinner. Friends and families come together, chatting about their days and lives. A waiter comes up, takes an order, and moves on to the next table.

Cars: New car gadgets promise safer, more enjoyable ride
Thursday, 03 November 2011 12:46

CarMD(Courtesy of AP) Anyone who's had the ''check engine'' light come on suddenly knows how unnerving that can be. Maybe it's nothing more than a loose gas cap. Or maybe it's something that requires a mechanic, fast.

So CarMD, based in Fountain Valley, Calif., has created a hand-held diagnostic gadget that plugs into a car's computer to monitor sensors and safety systems, and lets you know just what might have caused that light to go on without an expensive trek to the shop. If problems are identified, tech support certified by the Automobile Service Excellence is at hand to help with next steps. ($119.85,

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