Photos: Chinese American WWII dead honored at Hing Hay Park

Tuyen Kim Than June 11, 2014 0

 

On Sunday, May 25, Seattle’s Cathay Post No. 186, families, and officials gathered at Hing Hay Park to honor Chinese American veterans who gave their lives in World War II. Photos by Tuyen Kim Than.

World War II veterans stand at attention to honor those who gave their lives. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

World War II veterans stand at attention to honor those who gave their lives. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

A memorial at Hing Hay Park is dedicated to American soldiers of Chinese ancestry in the Seattle vicinity who died in the service of their country during World War II. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

A memorial at Hing Hay Park is dedicated to American soldiers of Chinese ancestry in the Seattle vicinity who died in the service of their country during World War II. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

Kino Chew honors his ancestor Lee Hong Chew, whose name is among those memorialized at Hing Hay Park. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

Kino Chew honors his ancestor Lee Hong Chew, whose name is among those memorialized at Hing Hay Park. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

The Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team performs at the Hing Hay Park ceremony. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

The Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team performs at the Hing Hay Park ceremony. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

Cal Fung of Cathay Post No. 186 salutes the WWII monument at Hing Hay Park. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

Cal Fung of Cathay Post No. 186 salutes the WWII monument at Hing Hay Park. • Photo by Tuyen Kim Than

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