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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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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: Seattle JACL Condemns White Supremacist Violence

Statement: Seattle JACL Condemns White Supremacist Violence

The International Examiner August 15, 2017 0

The Seattle Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) condemns the bigotry and violence of ‘alt-right’ white supremacist groups in Charlottesville, Virginia. We are horrified by this tragic weekend. While free speech is

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Commentary: Last chance for CID community to voice input that could alter Seattle housing market

Commentary: Last chance for CID community to voice input that could alter Seattle housing market

Nicholas Nolin August 7, 2017 0

Time is winding down to comment on the City’s Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA) Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The period for receiving feedback from the public has been extended until Monday, August 7th

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End mass incarceration, consider giving opportunities to the elderly

End mass incarceration, consider giving opportunities to the elderly

Tanya Quinata August 6, 2017 0

I agree with the law that we are responsible for our actions; however, being removed from society for more than 20 years is unreasonable. Anything after 15 years of incarceration is unjust and is

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Local human rights organizers grade Duterte with an ‘F’ for Failure

Local human rights organizers grade Duterte with an ‘F’ for Failure

Devin Israel Cabanilla August 4, 2017 0

Filipino Americans of the Greater Seattle area raised concerns regarding a conflict in the Philippines with multiple forums across the region. On May 23, 2017 Filipino President Duterte declared martial law in Marawi City,

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Waiting for the sun

Waiting for the sun

International Community Health Services August 3, 2017 0

"One of Maria’s two pastors passed away. The health advocate from Swedish left, moving onto another position. These small breaks offer insight into how little it takes to derail someone like Maria. The cost

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Saving America’s health centers: Surviving for a second chance

Saving America’s health centers: Surviving for a second chance

International Community Health Services August 3, 2017 0

"It is one of life’s great ironies. As a resident of Hong Kong—the home Yinha Lai left behind more than 20 years ago—she had regular and unimpeded access to one of the world’s most

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Saving America’s Health Centers: Not going back

Saving America’s Health Centers: Not going back

International Community Health Services August 3, 2017 0

To talk to “Asha” is to understand the blind instinct that drives people to willingly give up everything they know for much they don’t, in pursuit of something they are convinced must be better.

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Teresita Batayola: A hard-fought battle won—for now

Teresita Batayola: A hard-fought battle won—for now

Teresita Batayola August 3, 2017 0

Healthcare for those who need it the most is a long fight that is not done—from the callous proposals within the House’s passage of the American Health Care Act and Senate members’ secret debates

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