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On hold: The living stories of Seattle’s favorite karaoke spots in the age of...

There’s nothing better at shattering the ‘Seattle Freeze’ than a night of Karaoke. This nocturnal pastime welcomes the anonymous, the slightly drunk, and the...

Artist Chanhee Choi creates a 3D environmental interactive web game to address racism and...

Earlier this year, the International Examiner spoke to artist Chanhee Choi about her experience in Bellevue’s Bellwether Festival and the game, Pandemic 2020, that...

Washington’s $40 million COVID-19 relief fund for immigrants is open for applications

Washington immigrants who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and shut out of federal relief or state unemployment benefits can now apply for...

Chinatown-ID organizations receive Community Voice Award from International Examiner; reflect on working together for...

On Thursday, November 5, the International Examiner will recognize and award numerous community-based organizations for how they responded together to the needs of the...

APACE youth writing contest winners share their essays on topics of current world...

By Kaia Slack-Lin, age 5: How to make the world a better place I think we should make the world a better place. Why it...

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.