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Social Issues of the Unbanked

Your health matters! The International Examiner and Amerigroup are partnering to bring you monthly health tips from Dr. Shawn Akavan

Major Plans for Hing Hay Park

The Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA) has selected Reyleen Gogo as the 2017 Ruth Woo Fellow. The fellowship is an opportunity for currently enrolled students to learn about state government and to gain experience working in the Governor’s Office. The Commission will work with Reyleen during her fellowship and connect her with mentors in the community

Naming Nature: The Clash Between Instinct and Science

If you are, like me, a relative newcomer to science writing, then you may find Carol Kaesuk Yoon’s “Naming Nature” the perfect introduction to a genre that may at first seem suited for those...

Naming Nature: The Clash Between Instinct and Science

If you are, like me, a relative newcomer to science writing, then you may find Carol Kaesuk Yoon’s “Naming Nature” the perfect introduction to a genre that may at first seem suited for those...

Major Plans for Hing Hay Park

On December 31, 2007, Seattle Parks bought property adjacent to Hing Hay Park to expand the current .33 acre park to .64 acres. The acquisition was made as a result of the Parks and...

Mapping a Better Way to Public Safety?

To better inform the public about crimes being committed in Seattle, the city and the Seattle Police Department released in June an online interactive crime map that details the types of crimes being committed...

Mapping a Better Way to Public Safety?

xtraordinary Playscapes, a new exhibit at the Center for Architecture and Design (CfAD), shows how designers are engaging diverse communities to translate play objectives into meaningful, state-of-the-art environments. The Donnie Chin International Children’s Park is one of 30 parks highlighted, including parks from the Pacific Northwest and around the world.

The Chinese Heritage Tour Launches From Seattle

"The World of Stephanie Reese" Concert will take place on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 6:30 PM in Benaroya Hall. The concert will benefit Answering the Cry of the Poor (ANCOP) Foundation USA's Child Sponsorship Program and Priest Sponsorship Program that support Filipino priests in obtaining their Masters, Licentiate or Doctorate studies at the Pontificio Collegio Filippino in Rome.

The Chinese Heritage Tour Launches From Seattle

From July 20 – 26, the Wing Luke Museum will host an interstate trip that will explore Chinese American history first-hand as experienced by the pioneering Chinese immigrants in the American West. The time...

Seeing Red

Korea is no stranger to traumatic events. From Mongol subjugation during the Koryo Dynasty to cultural genocide by the Japanese in the twentieth century, Korea has experienced horrors that have affected people long after...