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Matsubara: Master of the woodcut print

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY CLAIRE EMIKO FANT Examiner Contributor Naoko’s World Through Oct. 11 Azuma Gallery 530 – 1st Avenue S. Thanks to Ravi Shankar, Naoko Matsubara found her niche in printmaking. In 1961, on a Fulbright

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Writing the Truth: Conversations with Samina Ali

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY BHARTI KIRCHNER Special to the Examiner Samina Ali’s debut novel, “Madras on Rainy Days,” has created quite a buzz. Described by critics as “lyrical,” “compelling,” and “deeply feminist,” it is the story of

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De Nevers: “The Colonel and The Pacifist”

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY CHIZU OMORI Examiner Contributor“The Colonel and the Pacifist: Karl Bendetsen, Perry Saito, and the Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II” by Klancy Clark de Nevers University of Utah Press, 2004 Klancy

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Gruenewald tells the story that needs to be told

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY JUDITH VAN PRAAG Examiner Arts Writer Many of us have a story within that begs to be told. We put it off, and off, telling ourselves, “One day, I’ll sit down and write

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Q&A with Angelo Pizarro

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

Q: When did you start playing the guitar? A: Being surrounded by music at an early age I learned how to play by ear. I wanted to be just like my older brother Wilfred;

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The world of art for Saya Moriyasu

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

A celebration of Asian American arts will take place at “Arts, Etc.” on Saturday, Nov. 5. Examiner Staff Hong Van interviews two of the artists, Saya Moriyasu and musician Angelo Pizarro. For information and

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Prep school profile:

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

This issue, the International Examiner explores programs and initiatives serving families and students in Washington State. Editor Nhien Nguyen takes a look at Overlake School’s diversity outreach, the state’s GET (Guaranteed Education Tuition) and

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Domestic violence affects everyone

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY KRISTINE KUMANGAI NAPAWF Does your partner get jealous when you spend time with your friends or family? Have you ever been afraid of your partner? Does your partner ever call you names or

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All The News That Fits On One Page

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

Filipino vets honored The Metropolitan King County Council and County Executive Ron Sims recognized the bravery and sacrifice of the more than 200,000 Filipino soldiers who fought in World War Two at the Oct.

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A feast of Sushi and Sake at annual Fest

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY JOYCE YIU Examiner Contributor If you like eating sushi, drinking sake, socializing with friends and meeting new people, don’t miss out on the Sushi and Sake Fest at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in

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