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Tales of Quarantine: Local AAPI students help launch art contest for teens coping with...

Like many teenagers living through these unprecedented times, 17-year old Cara Kwon from Puyallup faces many challenges, from remote learning to not being able...

Community leaders denounce anti-Asian attacks — and call for community-driven solutions

On the evening of February 25 in the Chinatown International District, Noriko Nasu, a Japanese language high school teacher was struck in the...

ICHS begins administering Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

This content is sponsored by ICHS. Vy Ha has been looking forward to getting back to a sense of normalcy like seeing her family and...

The Panama Hotel Tea and Coffee House shows resilience during the challenges caused by...

The Panama Hotel Tea and Coffee House in Japantown, International District, has 110 years of history of serving the community — from Japanese immigrants...

Community groups call for more equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution for people with limited English,...

Community organizer Sokha Danh has been helping Cambodian elders get vaccinated for COVID-19. The process has been frustrating – even though he is relatively...

Chinatown-International District and Seattle-area Asian communities have felt the effects of COVID-19 since January, and the IE is working to cover our stories, updates, experiences, activism and how we care for one another.