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Speaker profile: Tram Nguyen on Post Sept. 11

Speaker profile: Tram Nguyen on Post Sept. 11

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

In her first book, “We Are All Suspects Now” (Beacon Press), released exactly four years after Sept. 11, Tram Nguyen tells the personal stories of immigrants whose lives have been affected, often tragically, by

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Paracels Foundation: Giving resources to Southeast Asia

Paracels Foundation: Giving resources to Southeast Asia

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

BY JOYCE YIU Examiner Contributor For years, the people of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos have been facing numerous social challenges, such as an increase in the number of street children, a rise in homelessness

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Community clinic encourages patients to learn about their risks for diabetes

Community clinic encourages patients to learn about their risks for diabetes

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

Newly-released statistics from the American Diabetes Association indicate that an estimated 20.8 million people in the United States are living with Type 2 diabetes. Nearly one-third of them — about 6.2 million people —

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Nonprofit Assistance Conference 2005

Nonprofit Assistance Conference 2005

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

BY NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Staff Over 100 people representing nonprofits from the Puget Sound region gathered at the Fifth Annual Technical Assistance Resource Conference on Nov. 2 at the Tukwila Community Center to participate

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Nisei vets honored for their service

Nisei vets honored for their service

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

BY CRYSTAL NAM UW News Lab The afternoon rain drizzled with solemn conviction, reflecting the tears of pain, sacrifice and pride of the Japanese-American soldiers who served in the U.S. Army during World War

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Recent Edmonds murder shows domestic violence still plagues Asian Pacific Islander community

Recent Edmonds murder shows domestic violence still plagues Asian Pacific Islander community

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

BY LINH NGO AND LAN PHAM NAPAWF On Sunday, Nov. 6, Edmonds police found the bodies of Evelyn Matsen, a 34-year-old Filipina woman, and her 13-year-old son, Wahren Agonoy, shot to death multiple times

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ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS ON ONE PAGE

ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS ON ONE PAGE

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

Kin On receives ABAW 2005 Award for Community Service The Asian Bar Association of Washington (ABAW) recently presented the Kin On Health Care Center and Community Care Network with the 2005 Community Service Award

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2005 Elections: Asian Americans win seats in public office

2005 Elections: Asian Americans win seats in public office

The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

BY NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Staff The 2005 elections brings new and returning Asian American faces to public office. Lloyd Hara secured his place in history as the first Asian American Port of Seattle Commissioner,

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Youth speak out on smoking

Youth speak out on smoking

The International Examiner November 1, 2005 0

“I am interested in [anti-tobacco] issues because I hate the smell of smoke and I have seen smoking ruin lives. I am trying to make other people stop before something worse happens or even

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Sushi and Sake Festival delights hundreds

Sushi and Sake Festival delights hundreds

The International Examiner November 1, 2005 0

Hundreds of people attended the Fourth Annual Sushi & Sake Festival on Oct. 25 at the Grand Hyatt Seattle. The event is sponsored by the Japanese American Chamber of Commerce, which has a 12-year

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