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Photo essay: George Floyd protests and demonstration shut down downtown Seattle and I-5 with...

This is a photo essay by Grace Madigan of the protests that occurred in downtown Seattle on Saturday, May 30. The IE will be posting more on this story in the near future. For more...

A beer collaboration that celebrates Chinese American heritage and the year of the metal...

In celebration of the Year of the Metal Rat, Seattle brewery Lucky Envelope is releasing a Metal Rat Hazy IPA in collaboration with the Asheville, North Carolina-based brewery Highland Brewing.  Opened in 2015, co-founders and...

From South Park to South Lake Union, Phorale’s well-loved Tex-Mex/Asian dishes are back and...

You can’t miss Phorale’s truck. Its emerald green patterned sides marked with its signature dragon are unmistakable. This Tex-Mex/Asian venture comes from friends, former roommates and current business partners, Jimmy Bui and Young Cho. Those...

Seattle’s new plastic straw ban is a piercing problem for bubble tea shops

Bubble tea straws need to be much wider than normal straws to fit the tapioca balls that give the drink their name. That isn’t the problem though—it’s the fact that there are no straws compliant with the ordinance that have a diagonal cut at one end to pierce the plastic seal commonly attached to the top of bubble tea cups

What happens when ICE comes to call? Information session offers advice for API immigrants...

The Seattle Office of Immigrants and Refugees teamed up with the Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) for an informational session on the increased Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests of immigrants nationwide
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‘Human Harvest’ documentary explores China’s illegal organ trade

In 2006, human rights lawyer David Matas and former Canadian politician David Kilgour released a report showing evidence that supported the existence of illegal harvesting of organs from political prisoners in China

Noodles of Longevity: Tsue Chong Company celebrates 100th anniversary

The odds that you’ve eaten one of the Tsue Chong Company’s products are the same as the odds of you getting a fortune cookie at the end of your meal at a Chinese restaurant. The...