Archive | Vol 29 No 45 | 11/6-11/12

Patty vs. Dino: Young Asian Americans and their different views

Patty vs. Dino: Young Asian Americans and their different views

At the time that Patty Murray spoke at her election party on the evening of Nov. 2, she had a lead of 51 percent to Dino Rossi’s 49 percent in unofficial returns.

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These days, APIs create a big fashion footprint

These days, APIs create a big fashion footprint

During Lars Lee’s sophomore year at the University of Washington, the Chinese American student met classmate and future fashion business partner David Fung.

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Set up shop in the ID, get months of free rent

Set up shop in the ID, get months of free rent

With the recent economic downturn, many businesses are closing down and property owners are hard pressed to find new tenants to occupy their storefronts.

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Hutchinson Center and Chinese CDC to collaborate on research and training

The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC) and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center formalized an ongoing relationship by signing

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International Special Review District Board announces candidates for annual election

The 2010 International Special Review District Board election will be held on Nov. 16, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Bush Asia Hotel, 409 Maynard Avenue South, in the basement

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China-bashing is bipartisan in U.S. races

China-bashing is bipartisan in U.S. races

WASHINGTON (AP) — In these angry political times, Democrats and Republicans agree on next to nothing. China is one exception. Democrats and Republicans alike are accusing each

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Indian American SC gov-elect Haley is pioneer

Indian American SC gov-elect Haley is pioneer

(AP) — Months of Nikki Haley’s campaigning are giving away to a sprint during the next two months as she becomes South Carolina’s female governor.

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Philippine actor mistaken for gunman killed

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Philippine village watchman mistook an actor for a real masked gunman, jumped onto his moving motorcycle

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The end of the Shanghai World Expo draws 72 million visitors

The end of the Shanghai World Expo draws 72 million visitors

SHANGHAI (AP) — China wrapped up its record-breaking World Expo on Sunday, Oct. 31, with a lavish display of national pride, as organizers of the mammoth event

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War-split North and South Korean families reunite after years apart

War-split North and South Korean families reunite after years apart

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Hundreds of Korean family members separated for more than half a century by the Korean War embraced each other in tearful reunions

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Theresa Pan Hosley commits to reconciling Chinese American history

Theresa Pan Hosley commits to reconciling Chinese American history

Whether serving the Pike Place Market Foundation in caring for the Pike Place neighborhood in Seattle or on the board of Bates Technical College

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Ruthann Kurose carries on the family tradition of activism

Ruthann Kurose carries on the family tradition of activism

Born during a period of emerging diversity in education and politics, advocating social change is inherent to Ruthann Kurose.

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Editorial: APIA parents, unite to stop bullying

Editorial: APIA parents, unite to stop bullying

On Sept. 19, two Rutgers students, Dharun Ravi, 18, and Molly Wei, 18, used a webcam to spy on Ravi’s roommate, Tyler Clementi, 18, who was involved in a

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Oct. 6: Seattle Central Community College helps students realize their dreams through scholarships

Oct. 6: Seattle Central Community College helps students realize their dreams through scholarships

This year, Seattle Central Community College Foundation awarded $340,000 worth of scholarships to 118 students at its Dare to Dream Annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony

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Oct. 16: ACRS celebrates with annual benefit gala, “A Culinary Journey”

Oct. 16: ACRS celebrates with annual benefit gala, “A Culinary Journey”

The Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) held its annual benefit gala at the Bellevue Westin. The event, “A Culinary Journey,” featured five chefs, Ngoan Nguyen

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Oct. 30: Nikkei Concerns celebrates 35th anniversary

Oct. 30: Nikkei Concerns celebrates 35th anniversary

Nikkei Concerns, a organization that provides health related services to elderly Asian Pacific Americans in the Northwest, held its 35th anniversary dinner at the Westin Hotel in Seattle.

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Oct. 24: Historic Chinatown Gate Foundation raises funds for new gate

Oct. 24: Historic Chinatown Gate Foundation raises funds for new gate

The Historic Chinatown Gate Foundation held a dinner at the House of Hong Restaurant to raise funds for seed money to build a second Chinatown Gate (the East Gate)

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Blog: And the winners are …

Blog: And the winners are …

No, this blog entry is not about the election. It’s about celebrating the achievements of organizations that threw great events.

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Blog: My thoughts on the elections

Blog: My thoughts on the elections

The Executive Development Institute (EDI), an agency that trains Asian and Hispanic American professional leaders, held its graduation dinner for 270 guests at the Bellevue Hilton’s

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