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Typhoon Haiyan Info: How to Help

Typhoon Haiyan Info: How to Help

The International Examiner November 20, 2013 0

USAID/CIDI: U.S. agency leads disaster relief On November 8, Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the central Philippines, triggering heavy rains that caused widespread flooding and landslides, particularly in East Samar and Leyte provinces. The

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Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda):  Business as Usual Cannot Continue

Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda): Business as Usual Cannot Continue

Chera Amlag and Roger Rigor November 20, 2013 0

The devastation unleashed by Typhoon Haiyan is now making itself unbearably clear. The world has begun tuning in while massive, worldwide relief efforts are at fever pitch. Images impart a tragedy that can only

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Asian American entertainers helped me claim my identity

Asian American entertainers helped me claim my identity

Candace Kwan November 20, 2013 0

“You only like them for their looks!” “Yeah, because I buy their album to listen to their face.” Seeing an Internet meme with the above dialogue made my day—the latter phrase has now become

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Arts, Etc – 11/6/2013

Arts, Etc – 11/6/2013

Alan Chong Lau November 8, 2013 0

Visual Arts Highlights IDEA ODYSSEY Collective revisits the theme from their inaugural exhibition juried again by artist  Juan Alonso. This new exhibit entitled “A Sense of Place II” features work by Minh Carrico,  SuJ’n

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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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A Glimpse of the Neighborhood’s Future

A Glimpse of the Neighborhood’s Future

The International Examiner October 18, 2013 0

Seattle Considers a Nearly $900K Boost for the International District $500,000 Plan Underway to Strengthen ID Business Be Prepared for ‘Earthquake’ of Changes in Little Saigon, Says One Neighborhood Advocate

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Pre-Election Snapshot

Pre-Election Snapshot

The International Examiner October 18, 2013 0

Mayoral Candidates Reflect During the Countdown to Election Day API Candidate Forum in Review Q&A: Kshama Sawant

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Bún Brings Hearty, Late-Night Vietnamese Food to the ID

Bún Brings Hearty, Late-Night Vietnamese Food to the ID

Amy Huang October 18, 2013 0

Bún owner and chef Jason Vuong (second from left) stands with his wife (far left) and restaurant staff. Photo courtesy of Bún Restaurant. For those who enjoy late-night dinners or a hearty midnight snack,

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GMO Labeling is Fair and Makes Economic Sense for Asian Pacific Americans in Washington

GMO Labeling is Fair and Makes Economic Sense for Asian Pacific Americans in Washington

Nina Ichikawa October 18, 2013 0

“Trust, but verify.” This maxim is at the heart of I-522, the state initiative up for a November vote that would require labeling of food products containing genetically modified (GMO) ingredients. Like similar initiatives

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Composer Paul Kikuchi Honors His Great-Granddad in ‘Bat of No Bird Island’

Composer Paul Kikuchi Honors His Great-Granddad in ‘Bat of No Bird Island’

Jessica Davis October 18, 2013 0

With the help of an old handwritten memoir of 300 or so pages and a limited 78RPM Japanese record collection mostly from the 1930s and ‘40s, Seattle-based composer and percussionist Paul Kikuchi explores the

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