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From the Editor’s Desk

From the Editor’s Desk

Diem Ly October 6, 2010 Comments Off on From the Editor’s Desk

As the only non-profit pan-Asian newspaper on the West Coast, International Examiner works hard to inform and build bridges in our local community. So when it comes to election season, our job is to

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Politicians Overlook Ethnic Media in Washington State

Politicians Overlook Ethnic Media in Washington State

New America Media October 6, 2010 Comments Off on Politicians Overlook Ethnic Media in Washington State

If every vote counts, why are political candidates doing so little to reach out to Washington’s significant minority communities? Many ethnic media outlets in Washington state are asking this very question. While mainstream media

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Proposed Budget Cuts Will Hurt! Save the C/ID Emergency Center!

Proposed Budget Cuts Will Hurt! Save the C/ID Emergency Center!

Dean Wong October 6, 2010 Comments Off on Proposed Budget Cuts Will Hurt! Save the C/ID Emergency Center!

The Examiner continues to reserve space in our publication to serve as a sounding board and microphone for all API causes. Please use “My IE” to share your fight for the community! E-mail: Editor@iexaminer.org.

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Ron Chew Appointed New Director for ICHS Foundation

Ron Chew Appointed New Director for ICHS Foundation

Diem Ly October 6, 2010 Comments Off on Ron Chew Appointed New Director for ICHS Foundation

Frustration with a heartless health care system moves former museum director and editor in chief to help fund-raise for a community health care agency in Seattle

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Non-Profit Leader Appointed to President’s APA Council

Non-Profit Leader Appointed to President’s APA Council

Diem Ly October 6, 2010 Comments Off on Non-Profit Leader Appointed to President’s APA Council

President Obama recently appointed 18 individuals from across the country, representing different Asian ethnicities, professional backgrounds, and regions, to join the president’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, re-activating a council first established

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Hearing Loss and Asian Cultural Implications

Hearing Loss and Asian Cultural Implications

Yayoi Lena Winfrey October 6, 2010 Comments Off on Hearing Loss and Asian Cultural Implications

Growing old can be terrifying if you’re unprepared for its physical challenges. And, if English is your second language, hearing loss can severely compound that experience. Because my immigrant mother’s English is limited, she’s

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No Country For Old Men

No Country For Old Men

Malu Mora-Rullan October 6, 2010 Comments Off on No Country For Old Men

How coming to and living in America can be an unbearable reality for senior APIs

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Americanized Children, Less Support for Aging Parents?

Americanized Children, Less Support for Aging Parents?

Amy Huang October 6, 2010 Comments Off on Americanized Children, Less Support for Aging Parents?

The “sandwich generation” — a label that describes those who provide care for both their children and parents — is prevalent among the Asian Pacific Islander American community. The idea of caring for the

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Indulge Yourself with  Fall Flavors

Indulge Yourself with Fall Flavors

Tanantha Couilliard October 6, 2010 3

The cooling fall season can also bring sumptuous, spicy flavors to keep you warm.

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Glitzy Glitter, Glamorously Gay

Glitzy Glitter, Glamorously Gay

Yayoi Lena Winfrey October 6, 2010 Comments Off on Glitzy Glitter, Glamorously Gay

It’s Saturday night at the Neighbors nightclub on Broadway in Seattle, and I haven’t seen this much glitter since David Bowie and his Spiders from Mars escaped their webs. All around me are gorgeous

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