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First Vietnamese American judge to speak at VABAW Banquet

First Vietnamese American judge to speak at VABAW Banquet

The International Examiner October 18, 2006 0

BY DENISE TRAN VABAW The Vietnamese American Bar Association of Washington (VABAW) is honored to have professor Wendy N. Duong of the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver serve as the

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ID stores ordered to stop the sale of illegal imported pesticide products

ID stores ordered to stop the sale of illegal imported pesticide products

The International Examiner October 18, 2006 0

On Oct. 5, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued orders requiring Lucky An Dong, Inc. and Viet Wah Supermarket, two stores in the Little Saigon Neighborhood of Seattle to stop selling two illegal,

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Asian American advocates file amicus briefs in Supreme Court school desegregation cases

Asian American advocates file amicus briefs in Supreme Court school desegregation cases

The International Examiner October 18, 2006 0

Washington, D.C. — On Oct. 11, the civil rights groups Asian American Justice Center (AAJC) and Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF), with educational and advocacy groups nationwide, filed amicus briefs in

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An engine revved for change:  Yvonne Ward seeks to unseat Pam Roach’s hold on the 31st District

An engine revved for change: Yvonne Ward seeks to unseat Pam Roach’s hold on the 31st District

The International Examiner October 18, 2006 0

BY SIAN WU Examiner Contributor It’s a familiar scene: a shiny motorcycle buzzes in the distance on a grassy rural road, edging closer and closer before zooming off into the distance against a backdrop

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Wah Mee tragedy leaves lingering scar on community

Wah Mee tragedy leaves lingering scar on community

The International Examiner October 18, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff With the decision coming on whether Tony Ng is granted parole and could possibly be freed in four years, Seattle’s Chinese American community and the International District relive their

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UW-Bothell and Cascadia CC team up with Community Media

UW-Bothell and Cascadia CC team up with Community Media

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

2006 marks the five-year anniversary of the events of Sept. 11. As communities across the nation organize memorials to the tragic day in history, the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia Community College Campus

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A bright future is hard won: Asian American Studies 30 years later

A bright future is hard won: Asian American Studies 30 years later

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

Story by DIEM LY Examiner Contributor Asian American Studies is nearing middle age. What has it learned? What conflicts has it faced and triumphs can it boast? Arguably, AAS has had to struggle all

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UW Graphic Design Professor Karen Cheng writes the book on fonts

UW Graphic Design Professor Karen Cheng writes the book on fonts

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

The sun is gone and the leaves are falling, marking the start of education season. In this special feature, the International Examiner goes inside the Univerisity of Washington, interviewing professors of two popular majors

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An Enthusiasm For Architecture

An Enthusiasm For Architecture

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

UW Professor Ken Oshima looks to history, design and the younger generation of international architects BY AMY HARTWELL GGLO Architects There is no doubt that the urban landscape of Seattle has been directly influenced

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NAC Conference addresses race

NAC Conference addresses race

The International Examiner October 4, 2006 0

BY NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Editor Nonprofits around the region convened at South Seattle Community College on Tuesday, Sept. 19 for the Nonprofit Assistance Center Sixth Annual Community Building Conference. This year’s conference focused on

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