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2013 Readers Choice Awards: And the winners are …

2013 Readers Choice Awards: And the winners are …

The International Examiner November 8, 2013 0

  THE IE’s Fourth Annual Northwest Asian Pacific American Reader’s Choice Awards of 2013 Filipino Community Center 5740 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S. Seattle, WA 98118 Thursday, December 5, 2013 5:30 p.m. to

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Scott Oki Speaks at ID Teahouse

Scott Oki Speaks at ID Teahouse

Nan Nan Liu March 7, 2012 0

Scott Oki grew up on 14th and Yesler, where he shared a one-bedroom apartment with five family members. He worked throughout high school, with meager jobs such as car washing, paper delivering, and teaching

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Goodwill Changes the World – One Person at a Time

Goodwill Changes the World – One Person at a Time

Breanna Lai March 7, 2012 0

Contrary to what many might believe, Goodwill is not just for Halloween costumes. The organization uses revenue generated by its stores to educate and train adults free of charge. Last year 4,000 students were

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The Meter Maid’s Here!: Community Bands Together To Create Better Rules For Parking Fees

The Meter Maid’s Here!: Community Bands Together To Create Better Rules For Parking Fees

Ravi Ventkataraman March 7, 2012 0

Tong Chen, owner of Hong Kong Bistro, had two words to express how parking fees have affected his business: “Too bad.” Since August 2011, many restaurants in the International District have been reeling from

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Ex-ESPN writer says Jeremy Lin slur was ‘honest mistake’

Ex-ESPN writer says Jeremy Lin slur was ‘honest mistake’

The International Examiner February 29, 2012 1

New York (CNN) — Former ESPN writer Anthony Federico apologized Monday for writing an offensive headline about basketball sensation Jeremy Lin, calling it “an honest mistake.” The controversial headline read “Chink in the Armor:

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Does the Push for Foreign Enrollment at UW Leave Out In-State Students?

Does the Push for Foreign Enrollment at UW Leave Out In-State Students?

Eddie Lu February 15, 2012 0

Nearly a year ago, Irene Lee couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw the letter from the University of Washington, lying flat in her mailbox. She was overjoyed. But the moment didn’t last. It

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A UW Researcher Envisions Everyday Household Gadgets That See To Your Every Need

A UW Researcher Envisions Everyday Household Gadgets That See To Your Every Need

Celina Kareiva February 15, 2012 0

Sidhant Gupta can remember as a kid building circuits out of batteries and used wires. Little did he know that his childhood hobby would eventually translate into a research career and a spot on

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Revolutionizing the Way We Look At Cancer Treatment

Revolutionizing the Way We Look At Cancer Treatment

Paul Kim February 15, 2012 0

Exciting new research in the field of cancer treatment will allow doctors to target skin cancer tumors with T cells (a type of white blood cell used to fight off illness), causing the tumor

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Local Scientists Develop Contact Lenses to Help Diabetics

Local Scientists Develop Contact Lenses to Help Diabetics

Ravi Ventkataraman February 15, 2012 0

From the University of Washington campus to the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Desney Tan appears to be all over the Seattle area. His day jobs include being a principal researcher at Microsoft Research, managing

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API Caregivers Turn Out During Windstorm to Stop Cuts

API Caregivers Turn Out During Windstorm to Stop Cuts

The International Examiner February 9, 2012 0

Tuesday, January 24th, more than 200 home care workers belonging to SEIU Healthcare 775NW, a labor union that represents 43,000 long term care workers, converged on the capitol to demand that state legislators stop

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