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Eng family homestead acquisition to strengthen Wing Luke Museum’s mission

The ingenuity of a Chinese immigrant family resisting redlining in the Chinatown International District (CID) is being preserved and revitalized into something new, thanks to an acquisition from the Wing Luke Museum, funded in...

CVA 2023: Vee Hua receives ‘Leadership in Journalism’ award

Vee Hua is a spiritual person. While not necessarily subscribing to any particular religion, they listen to synchronicities, messages and dreams that come their way. “I feel very much in my personal work, life,...

State Senator Rebecca Saldaña, environmental justice champion and Chinatown-ID representative in Olympia, running for...

State Senator Rebecca Saldaña (D-37), a champion of environmental justice and workers’ rights, announced her campaign for Commissioner of Public Lands in September, a position which leads the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in...

Watch the scariest Korean horror films at SIFF this month – they may make...

Why are horror movies from South Korea often uniquely harrowing, tragic, and beautiful? Whether you’re already a fan or a complete beginner to Korean horror cinema, you’ll doubtless learn some fascinating answers to this...

Wing Luke Museum attacker charged with hate crime; police blame slow response on “staffing...

A man who attacked the Wing Luke Museum with a sledgehammer Thursday, Sept. 14 was charged yesterday with a hate crime and first-degree malicious mischief, the Seattle Times reported. According to charging documents, the...

Wing Luke Museum windows in Canton Alley smashed in alleged hate crime

The Wing Luke Museum was attacked by a man wielding a sledgehammer around 5:15 p.m. Thursday, and nine of the museum’s ten windows were smashed.  Seattle Police Department (SPD) officers responded to a 911 call...

The International Examiner interviews Seattle City Council District 2 candidate Tanya Woo on CID...

International Examiner: What is your takeaway from the results of the primary election in August, for your campaign? Tanya Woo: Yes, I’m excited and humbled and honored at the results. And excited to be able...

The International Examiner interviews Seattle City Council District 2 candidate Tammy Morales on CID...

International Examiner: What is your takeaway from the results of the primary election in August, for your campaign? Tammy Morales: Well, we were very pleased with the results. I know that District 2 is one...

Ongoing effort to commemorate the anti-Chinese riot of 1886 at Seattle Waterfront

On February 7, 1886, white mobs invaded Seattle’s first Chinatown (now Pioneer Square), to forcibly expel Chinese residents from the city. Under the pretext that the Chinese residents were violating Seattle’s cubic-air ordinance regulating...

NEWS BRIEF: Mayor Harrell urges patience in addressing crime on 12th and Jackson in...

Early in 2022, Mayor Bruce Harrell announced a plan to intensify police presence at the crime “hot-spot” of 12th and Jackson, which is a site of drug use, drug sales, and an informal market...