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Salamat and Congratulations to FANHS’ 35th Anniversary

Salamat and Congratulations to FANHS’ 35th Anniversary

Guest Contributor October 4, 2017 0

By Maria Batayola FANHS The Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) marks its 35th anniversary at Immaculate Conception Church’s Jean Moran Hall this October 7, 2017. In 1971, FANHS was founded by volunteers Executive

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Featured director statements: A glimpse into the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival

Featured director statements: A glimpse into the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival

Guest Contributor September 28, 2017 0

A glimpse into the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival

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#WeBelong: Welcome to the 12th Tasveer South Asian Film Festival

#WeBelong: Welcome to the 12th Tasveer South Asian Film Festival

Guest Contributor September 25, 2017 0

This year at the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival, we take on the theme “We Belong” and our country focus is Nepal. #WeBelong here regardless of whether we are third generation, second, first, or

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An aging population means more employment opportunities

An aging population means more employment opportunities

Guest Contributor August 27, 2017 0

By Jean Wong Kin On It was Shakespeare who said, “With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.” Americans are living longer. According to a 2010 Pew Research Center study, beginning on January 1,

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New development in South Seattle offers crucial residential care options for Asian seniors

New development in South Seattle offers crucial residential care options for Asian seniors

Guest Contributor August 24, 2017 0

By Lillian Young Kin On Imagine an aging loved one who is still mentally and physically capable, but cannot manage all of the tasks of independent living. He or she may not require the

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Kin On responds to the needs of the Asian community

Kin On responds to the needs of the Asian community

Guest Contributor August 23, 2017 0

By Lillian Young Kin On Within Asian cultures, it has been a strong tradition for families to care for their own. It is very common for parents and grandparents to continue living with their

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Bridging generation gaps with Mahjong

Bridging generation gaps with Mahjong

Guest Contributor August 23, 2017 0

By Kristin Tan Kin On The sound of tiles clacking against each other is punctuated by the sound of “Pung!,” uproarious laughter, and good-natured teasing. Another successful Kin On Mahjong Night is under way. The

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Celebrating 20 Years of Guanxi between Saint Martin’s University and China

Celebrating 20 Years of Guanxi between Saint Martin’s University and China

Guest Contributor August 22, 2017 0

The following is presented by Saint Martin’s University: This fall, on Saturday, November 4, Saint Martin’s University will hold the Saint Martin’s Gala International 2017, in the Marcus Pavilion on the Saint Martin’s University

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Statement from API Chaya: Trans Communities, Two-Spirit Communities, Non-Binary Communities, We Dig You.

Statement from API Chaya: Trans Communities, Two-Spirit Communities, Non-Binary Communities, We Dig You.

Guest Contributor July 27, 2017 0

The following is a statement from API Chaya: While Trump tweets about banning people who are transgender from the military and U.S. Defense Officers decide on their next steps, the staff and board at

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Letter: API Candidates Forum reminds community to vote, highlights Port of Seattle races

Letter: API Candidates Forum reminds community to vote, highlights Port of Seattle races

Guest Contributor July 19, 2017 0

Dear IE Readers, Thank you for attending the June 22 API (Asian Pacific Islander) Mayoral Candidates Forum at Nagomi Tea House. If you were not able to come, watch the Forum at www.iexaminer.org/2017/07/candidates-reach-out-to-api-community-at-mayoral-candidate-forum. By

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