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JACL organizing a family gathering place for API LGBTQ

JACL organizing a family gathering place for API LGBTQ

Nina Huang April 3, 2015 0

Program a safe place for dialogue

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PICA conference to highlight 1964 Civil Rights Act, celebrate activists and stories of struggle

PICA conference to highlight 1964 Civil Rights Act, celebrate activists and stories of struggle

Nina Huang November 7, 2014 0

Conference events through Veterans Day

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Computer literacy program reaches out to close digital divide

Computer literacy program reaches out to close digital divide

Nina Huang April 26, 2014 0

Digital literacy essential in tackling social issues

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Asian American Pacific Islanders among fastest growing poor

Asian American Pacific Islanders among fastest growing poor

Nina Huang March 3, 2014 0

The AAPI poverty population is increasingly native born.

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Meet Manny Chao, the Man Behind the Namesake Beer

Meet Manny Chao, the Man Behind the Namesake Beer

Nina Huang October 18, 2013 0

Like most college kids, Manuel “Manny” Chao really loved beer. It wasn’t until he was a sophomore at the University of Washington (UW) that he learned to appreciate good beer. Back in 1992, he

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Taking On the World, One Noodle at a Time

Nina Huang July 18, 2012 0

A Chinese TV cooking host keeps in touch with her heritage through cooking. Ching-He Huang’s earliest childhood memory was in her grandmother’s kitchen. “I had a funny relationship with food. It was a bit

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A Slam Dunk for the APA Community

Nina Huang March 16, 2011 Comments Off on A Slam Dunk for the APA Community

Local APA business and community leaders partner with Seattle Central CC for a b-ball tournament aimed at cultivating new teammates off the court

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Flood Damage Devastates Local Residents

Flood Damage Devastates Local Residents

Nina Huang January 19, 2011 Comments Off on Flood Damage Devastates Local Residents

With the recent winter storms and constant downpour, some residents endured the worst. Help from neighbors and the county can keep them on dry ground.

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A Company that Cbeyond its Walls to a New Generation of Corporate Philanthropy

Nina Huang August 4, 2010 Comments Off on A Company that Cbeyond its Walls to a New Generation of Corporate Philanthropy

They refer to themselves as informational technology communication providers, but for Victor Kao and Sam Kim, supporting the Asian American community by offering quality service, good rates and philanthropy means finding a deeper meaning

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A Star in the Comedy Scene Hits Seattle

Nina Huang July 7, 2010 Comments Off on A Star in the Comedy Scene Hits Seattle

Comedian Bobby Lee is lazy, lethargic and really bad at sex. Or so he claims. But yet he somehow still manages to make people laugh, whether it’s through his appearances in blockbuster hits such

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