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Andrew Yang’s 2020 campaign and his unique call for a universal basic income come...

Andrew Yang, a 44-year-old son of Taiwanese immigrants from New York, brought his Democratic presidential candidacy and its foundational push for a universal basic income to Seattle’s Gasworks Park May 3. The Friday evening...

Historic Chinatown Gate needs funds to maintain it for the next decade

The Historic Chinatown Gate has been renovated several times since it was first built in 2008. These renovations have depleted maintenance funds for the gate, and now, ten years after it was built, supporters...

Journalists discuss Filipino workers’ strike at NutriAsia sauce company

Two U.S. journalists and filmmakers visited the Seattle Filipino Community Center on November 7 to discuss their experiences covering strikes in the Philippines this summer

Kau Kau BBQ to sue Seattle Public Utilities over drainage violation

Richard Chang, who co-owns Kau Kau Barbeque Restaurant with his wife, says he plans to sue Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) after the agency issued him a drainage violation in July. The violation, which comes with...

Smiths spar in south Seattle forum as election day nears

Rep. Adam Smith (D) and his opponent, Sarah Smith, met Thursday at Rainier Arts Center in Columbia City to discuss issues vital to Washington’s 9th Congressional District. The district is 21 percent Asian and Pacific Islander