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Heritage remembered…a gift to the future

The Nikkei Heritage Association of Washington, through its project, the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington, is proud and honored to present this first edition of “Pioneering Washington Issei: 1879-1899.” Our hope is to...

CISC chosen to attend Seattle FBI Citizens’ Academy

BY HONG VAN SEATTLE – The Federal Bureau of Investigation - Seattle Office held its first FBI Citizens’ Academy in May and June with 29 businesses, civic and religious leaders chosen to participate. Chinese Information and...

APA policy makers gather in Seattle

BY HONG VAN SEATTLE - Asian Pacific American policy makers from all over the nation will meet here in Seattle to discuss issues that affect the APA communities across the country. The National Asian & Pacific...

Alumni to join UW Communication Hall of Fame

BY HONG VAN SEATTLE – The University of Washington Department of Communication has named 11 alumni to its Alumni Hall of Fame, including Evelyn Keiko Iritani and Lori Lei Matsukawa. Iritani received her B.A. in 1978...

Obituary: Zenaida Guerzon

Zenaida Guerzon BY HONG VAN Zenaida Guerzon, a long-time contributor and volunteer to the Filipino community, passed away peacefully and suddenly in her home in Seattle on Aug. 11 as a result of heart failure. She...

Cultural Tourism: Dragon boat racing down Victoria's Inner Harbour

Drummers help dragon boat paddlers stay synchronized. Teams came from all over the United States and Canada to compete in the Victoria Dragon Boat Festival. Story by Nhien Nguyen Photos by Richard Cranor It’s a hot summer...

Chinese Reconciliation Project ground in Tacoma

BY CHARYSSE REASER Examiner Contributor The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) will break ground for its historic Chinese Reconciliation Park on Aug. 19 in Tacoma. The park – overlooking Commencement Bay – will be very close to...

Sarmiento speaks through glass

BY LUCIA ENRIQUEZ Jeffery Sarmiento's pieces are mesmerizing. Peering inside blocks of smooth glass, we see lines become waveforms, diagrams or letters. Overlapping, floating through the depths of transparent or lightly tinted glass, we get...

Chinese Reconciliation Project ground in Tacoma

BY CHARYSSE REASER Examiner Contributor The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) will break ground for its historic Chinese Reconciliation Park on Aug. 19 in Tacoma. The park – overlooking Commencement Bay – will be very close to...

Sarmiento speaks through glass

BY LUCIA ENRIQUEZ Jeffery Sarmiento's pieces are mesmerizing. Peering inside blocks of smooth glass, we see lines become waveforms, diagrams or letters. Overlapping, floating through the depths of transparent or lightly tinted glass, we get...