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Construction scheduled to start on Uncle Bob’s Place in March, 2021

Community and culture are two things that are at the forefront of the Chinatown International District (CID). Showing appreciation for those that paved the way for so many in a neighborhood that is facing...

The show must go on: Seattle Asian American Film Festival will still take place...

One thing that COVID-19 can’t take away from the API community is the enjoyment of watching films in the comfort of their own homes. With the normalization of a virtual world, the Seattle Asian American...

ICHS finds a safe, virtual and engaging way to hold their annual Lunar New...

Running and fundraising are two things in life that will always require effort and support. The intersection of these two things has been vital for ICHS (International Community Health Services) since 2016, when they...

Where can you find unique, one-of-a-kind gifts in Chinatown-ID this holiday season? Here...

With a global pandemic comes a pressing need to support small local businesses who rely solely on customer support to stay on their feet. Despite limited capacities and altered store hours, there are various...

CID and API-owned businesses get creative this holiday shopping season with collaborations that support...

Whether it is mentally, physically or financially, people across the world are struggling in ways that they never have before, which has highlighted the dire need for community support. Many API-owned businesses in Chinatown-International...

Federal grant provides Washington state with funding to identify and commemorate Filipino American community...

A federal grant will provide Washington state with the opportunity and means to identify, document and commemorate contributions from the Filipino American community. This funding has sparked feelings of excitement and honor among Filipino...

SCIDpda’s Maiko Winkler-Chin is appointed to Mayor’s task force, as one of 28 members...

The need for systemic change has become a central topic of concern, both nationally and within the city of Seattle. With a spotlight on the Black Lives Matter movement, the city has been focused...

City of Seattle launches $9 million financial aid program for immigrants impacted by COVID-19

COVID-19 has created unexpected challenges for people all across the globe, and the City of Seattle has made an effort to contribute toward a solution for all, regardless of their background or citizenship status.  Through...