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Louisa Hotel community meeting

The community is invited to learn and comment about the redevelopment of the historic Louisa Hotel, located on South King Street between 7th Ave South and Maynard Ave South.

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Posted in Briefs, Vol 33 No 44 | 10/25-10/310 Comments

Update on “Find it, fix it” in the ID

Update on “Find it, fix it” in the ID

Seattle’s seventh Find It, Fix It Community Walk on September 11th, part of Mayor Ed Murray’s Summer of Safety Initiative – mobilized and coordinated City of Seattle resources in order to improve neighborhoods.

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Posted in Briefs, Vol 33 No 44 | 10/25-10/310 Comments

Help with utility discounts available

Help with utility discounts available

Seattle City Light will have a booth at HealthFest next weekend helping people get signed up for the

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Awarding diversity at the top

Awarding diversity at the top

By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Nine honorees were recognized Oct. 18 for their great accomplishments in the community as well as

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Posted in Community News, Features, Features 44, Profiles, Vol 33 No 44 | 10/25-10/310 Comments

Keeping the faith — Asian Americans and Christianity

Keeping the faith — Asian Americans and Christianity

By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly When Christian Chin began his ministry at the University of Washington, he recalls that he had 10

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Posted in Community News, Features 44, Vol 33 No 44 | 10/25-10/310 Comments

Time to vote — API candidates that will be on your ballot

Time to vote — API candidates that will be on your ballot

By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Linda Lau, nonpartisan, is running unopposed for Court of Appeals Judge, Division 1, District 1,

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Posted in Community News, Features 44, Politics, Vol 33 No 44 | 10/25-10/310 Comments

Building Bridges

Building Bridges

Washington State and India Trade Relations Action Committee (WASITRAC), hosted “Gandhi Jayanti”, the 145th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on Thursday October 2nd, 2014.

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Posted in Names in the News, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

When Seattle meets China

When Seattle meets China

In partnership with MG2, the China Chamber sponsored a reception which offered

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Gala for El Centro de la Raza

Gala for El Centro de la Raza

“Building the Beloved” had a community gala on Saturday, September 27, at the Washington State Convention Center. The event raised over $345,000 for El Centro de la Raza’s programs and services. Approximately 1,000 people attended. Asian Counseling and Referral Center’s executive director Diane Narasaki, Lisa Daugaard, and Daniel Kogita were presented with the Roberto Felipe […]

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Posted in Names in the News, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

Nobel: two rival nations, one message of peace

Nobel: two rival nations, one message of peace

By Katy Daigle Associated Press NEW DELHI (AP) — One is Muslim, the other Hindu. One a Pakistani, the other Indian. One a school girl just starting out in life, the other a man with decades of experience.

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Scholar detained on charge of troublemaking

AP Wire Service BEIJING (AP) — A Chinese scholar and rights advocate who founded an influential non-governmental think tank has been detained on the criminal charge of provoking troubles, his lawyer said Sunday.

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China sentences 2 to death for cult-related murder

AP Wire Service BEIJING (AP) — Two members of a Chinese cult group were sentenced to death and another to life imprisonment for beating a woman to death in a McDonald’s outlet after they unsuccessfully tried to recruit her into their “all-powerful spirit’’ cult.

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US nurse with Ebola says she’s ‘doing well’

US nurse with Ebola says she’s ‘doing well’

By Emily Schmall and Nomaan Merchant Associated Press DALLAS (AP) — A nurse who became infected with Ebola while treating the first patient diagnosed in the U.S. said Tuesday that she was “‘doing well,” while the World Health Organization projected that West Africa could see up to 10,000 new infections a week within two months. […]

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Posted in National News, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

Let’s dance! — Chinese Square Dancing

Let’s dance! — Chinese Square Dancing

By Jingyu Zahng Northwest Asian Weekly It shouldn’t be confused with the traditional American square-dancing.

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Posted in Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/24, World News0 Comments

The Layup Drill — A golfer’s $10 million gamble, a former Olympian is Iron, and new MMA league debuts

The Layup Drill — A golfer’s $10 million gamble, a former Olympian is Iron, and new MMA league debuts

By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Who needs to golf when you can get $10 million? Would you take $10 million to never work again?  Sounds like an easy question.  But if you are 29-year-old golfer Anthony Kim, there might not be a straightforward answer.  

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Posted in Sports, The Layup Drill, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

Riding at warp speed — Bike shop steers cycling community

Riding at warp speed — Bike shop steers cycling community

By Zachariah Bryan Northwest Asian Weekly The first memory Benjamin Rainbow has of bicycling is when he was five or six. The

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Help, advice, and new friends for women refugees

Help, advice, and new friends for women refugees

By Laura Ohata Northwest Asian Weekly All over the world, refugees flee their countries in fear of torture and death, often at the hands

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Posted in Community News, Features, Features 43, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

Diwali Lights: A festive celebration at SAAM

Diwali Lights: A festive celebration at SAAM

By Udita Arkalgud The Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM), on, Nov. 1, will see the museum transform into a festive carnival, as it hosts Diwali, the Indian festival of lights.

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Posted in Briefs, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

It’s never too late (or early)

It’s never too late (or early)

By Truc Allen Northwest Asian Weekly In my last article, I referenced Yuichiro Miura of Japan becoming the oldest person to reach the summit of Mount Everest at 80 years old.

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Posted in Sports, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

Mini City Hall anniversary

Mini City Hall anniversary

Wednesday, October 22, Mini City Hall will mark its 20th anniversary at Crossroads Shopping Center in Bellevue with a celebration beginning at 3 p.m. Mini City Hall assists the community in a variety of ways, including language services, housing referrals and human service needs.

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Posted in Briefs, Vol 33 No 43 | 10/18-10/240 Comments

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