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News Pulse

News Pulse

The International Examiner July 8, 2011 Comments Off on News Pulse

Ching Chong Ling Long Gourmet Takeout Students from UCLA, in an apparent response to Alexandra Wallace’s anti-Asian YouTube rant, started a Chinese food delivery service called “Ching Chong Ling Long,” reported the LA Weekly

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Cheap Eats Under $6 in Chinatown/International District – Seattle

Cheap Eats Under $6 in Chinatown/International District – Seattle

The International Examiner July 7, 2011 Comments Off on Cheap Eats Under $6 in Chinatown/International District – Seattle

1. Vietnamese Delis (In the Little Saigon neighborhood) Each is under $6: •Curry, Rice and Veggies •Tofu, Veggies in Tomato Sauce over Rice •Vietnamese Sandwiches •Eggrolls, Fried Rice, and Roasted Chicken 2. Kau Kau656

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Arts Etc. – 7/6/2011

Arts Etc. – 7/6/2011

Alan Chong Lau July 7, 2011 Comments Off on Arts Etc. – 7/6/2011

Highlights The Seattle Chinatown-International District Street Fair has a new name this year. Now called “Dragon Fest”, the event takes place on July 9 & 10 at Hing Hay Park. Sat. hours are noon

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Small Town Life

Small Town Life

Sian Wu July 7, 2011 Comments Off on Small Town Life

The unique experiences of Asians and Pacific Islanders in small towns are occurring in increasing numbers, as more and more APIs move into suburbs and smaller towns, according to recent census figures. One’s isolation

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If These Walls Could Talk: Historic Buildings in the Heart of Seattle’s API Community

If These Walls Could Talk: Historic Buildings in the Heart of Seattle’s API Community

Jessica Davis July 7, 2011 Comments Off on If These Walls Could Talk: Historic Buildings in the Heart of Seattle’s API Community

One of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, Seattle’s Chinatown-International District is rich with history and culture. According to “Seattle’s International District” by Doug Chin – a government representative from Japan wrote in 1908 that there

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Seattle International District Rotary Club Announces New Club President

Seattle International District Rotary Club Announces New Club President

The International Examiner July 7, 2011 1

The Seattle International District (SID) Rotary Club recently elected Susan Beals as the organization’s new club president. She will begin her one-year term in July and is excited for the upcoming Rotary year. The

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Op-Ed: Wal-Mart Gets a Free Pass For Bias From the Supreme Court

Op-Ed: Wal-Mart Gets a Free Pass For Bias From the Supreme Court

IE Guest Contributor July 7, 2011 1

BY RINKU SEN IE Contributor ColorLines.com The Supreme Court issued its decision in the Dukes v. Wal-Mart sex discrimination case yesterday, a frustrating ruling that doesn’t challenge the existence of bias, but that exempts

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History Repeats Itself A New Generation Moves into the Historic Milwaukee Hotel

History Repeats Itself A New Generation Moves into the Historic Milwaukee Hotel

Bao H. Nguyen July 7, 2011 Comments Off on History Repeats Itself A New Generation Moves into the Historic Milwaukee Hotel

Walking around Chinatown, most pedestrians hardly ever look higher than the ground floor despite the fact that many buildings in the area are four to five stories tall. What is there to look at

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This Issue’s InspirAsianal IE Reader Teddy Lim

This Issue’s InspirAsianal IE Reader Teddy Lim

The International Examiner July 7, 2011 Comments Off on This Issue’s InspirAsianal IE Reader Teddy Lim

Meet this edition’s first InspirAsianal IE Reader — spotlighting you, the readers of the Examiner! Our small non-profit news enterprise has shared the stories of our community for over 35 years — thanks to

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Remembering Silme and Gene Three Decades After Their Untimely Deaths

Remembering Silme and Gene Three Decades After Their Untimely Deaths

IE Guest Contributor July 7, 2011 1

BY RON CHEW IE Contributor On June 1, 1981, Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes, two young Filipino American activists in Seattle, were gunned down at a cannery union hall in Pioneer Square. Thirty years

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