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The Chinatown International District holiday gift guide

Sponsored by the Seattle Office of Economic Development. Curated by Drag & Drop Creative ‘Tis the season of giving. Here are some of our reader recommendations along with featured shops and items to make your...

Announcement: IDEC sponsors free first aid classes for Chinatown-ID residents, business owners, employees

International District Emergency Center is sponsoring three free first aid training classes during the month of June for residents, business owners, employees, and volunteers who live or work in the Chinatown, Japantown, and Little...

The community’s way of saying, ‘Thanks, Denise’

The following is republished from the April 1978 issue of the International Examiner to remember Denise Louie, a young Chinese-American activist who played an integral role in revitalizing Seattle’s Chinatown International District. Louie was...

Position Available: Public Policy Project Associate

Triangle Associates is seeking a Public Policy and Collaborative Governance Specialist to assist the team with environmental, transportation, and land use projects for its Seattle office. Send applications by April 5, 2017. Since 1979, Triangle...

Snapshots in Time: King County Council Chair Joe McDermott (left) speaks about the forced...

King County Council Chair Joe McDermott (left) speaks about the forced removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island caused by Executive Order 9066 at the County's 75th anniversary Proclamation of Remembrance. Photo by Lexi...

Snapshots in Time: King County Council Chair Joe McDermott (left) speaks about the forced...

King County Council Chair Joe McDermott (left) speaks about the forced removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island caused by Executive Order 9066 at the County's 75th anniversary Proclamation of Remembrance. Photo by Lexi...

December 2016 Arts Etc.

Visual Arts Stacya Silverman Gallery presents “Portraits from Prewar Japan”, a collection of prints made from found glass dry plate negatives featuring everyday life in the 1920s and 30s chosen and printed by artist Ron...

Announcement: First annual Renton Multicultural Festival

The City of Renton, in partnership with the Mayor’s Inclusion Task Force and several local community groups and organizations, will present the first annual Renton Multicultural Festival on September 30 and October 1, 2016....

Remembering John Matsudaira, Northwest artist

It’s 1:30 in the morning, and I’m staring at a framed photo of four Japanese Americans in suits with an elegant, elderly woman with a quizzical look on her face, holding a cat in...