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“Crosscut Now” KCTS9 anchor Starla Sampaco awarded Tatsuo Nakata Leadership Award 

Starla Sampaco knew at age eight that she wanted to be on television after watching Rudi Bakhtiar on CNN Headline News with her parents.  “After looking at the TV that one day, I was like,...

Beauty of Us – local Seattle AANHPI women artists come together for a poster...

  Vibrant and colorful posters featuring the artwork of local Asian American Seattle women artists will be hanging on art gallery windows of 4Culture in Pioneer Square, Wing Luke Museum, Inscape Arts & Cultural Center,...

Local Filipino small businesses come together to celebrate Philippine Independence Day at the the...

The Stonehouse Cafe in Rainier Beach reassembled every Filipino party, with cars filling the driveway and the surrounding streets for miles, blasting nostalgic songs played at every handaan like Micheal Jackson’s Rock With You...

Local Seattle Asian American comedian Ellen Go Acuario opens up about comedy, family life...

Comedy wasn’t something that Ellen Acuario ever saw herself pursuing in her life. “If someone from now, went to child me and said ‘Ellen, you're gonna be this person that gets on stage and relishes...

Small Business Administration (SBA) AANHPI profile: How one small business’ microscope was sent to...

Like other technology companies, Christopher Own’s company Voxa started in a garage. Voxa is a Seattle-based startup that creates accessible nano-scale measurement and analysis instruments to explore the Earth and space at the smallest...

Ate’s, Kuya’s, Tito’s, Tita’s march in Othello to fight for democracy in the upcoming...

“Ang tao! Ang bayan! Ngyon ay lumalaban! The people! United! Will never be defeated!” and other chants echoed throughout Othello Saturday, April 23, as Filipino Americans walked from St. Edward Parish to Othello Park....

A project is teaching the history of Japanese incarceration to elementary students through children’s...

”二度とないように” (Nidoto nai yoni) – This phrase means “Let it not happen again,” and can be read on the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial, where the first Japanese citizens were forcibly removed from...

Community health care feels the fallout of COVID on mental and behavioral health

Congressman Adam Smith (WA-9) and U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Admiral Rachel Levine to kicked off President Joe Biden’s National Tour to Strengthen Mental Health by visiting International Community Health Services’ (ICHS) International District...