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Faith and Identity

Historically, the Chinese community churches have provided a communal place for people to gather and share their experiences. But as times have changed, some Asian Americans have turned to religion and their faith to...

What’s Your Food Style?

Green Foodie For this category, we searched Seattle-area eateries with an emphasis on locally-grown ingredients, “green” practices and eclectic dishes. Loving Hut 1226 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98055 (206) 726-8669 www.lovinghut.us/seattle Loving Hut, recently opened in Seattle’s Little Saigon, is...

Behind Closed Doors – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

In honor of the contributions and diversity of APIs in the Seattle music scene, we profile three music personalities who are proud and passionate about their craft.

I Saved a Stranger’s Life

The International Examiner readers have spoken and this is what they have to say! Food! Restaurants not to miss! Philanthropists to look up to! And Favorite Musicians to look out for!

A Disease Without Symptoms

It is estimated that one in nine Americans have some form of kidney disease. Dr. Frank Fung, medical director of the Auburn Kidney Center, said that the two main causes of renal failure are...

The Central Asian community: A minority within a minority

The API community is ever-expanding its demographics. New communities are emerging in Seattle and force us to re-evaluate the API experience.