News »

City Council candidates debate issues in forum

City Council candidates debate issues in forum

The International Examiner September 12, 2005 0

BY EXAMINER STAFF On Aug. 30 and 31, KBCS 91.3 FM sponsored a community media candidates forum with Seattle City Council candidates in Position 2, 4 and 8 at MOHAI. The panelists included Colors

Read More »
Human Rights in Cambodia Today

Human Rights in Cambodia Today

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

BY SUELY NGOUY Seattle Chapter Co-Chair As one of 12 delegates on a human rights delegation through Global Youth Connect, and as a Khmer (Cambodian) American woman, I learned about various issues of human

Read More »
2005 Refugee Community Building Conference

2005 Refugee Community Building Conference

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

By Hong Vang A conference sponsored by the Washington State Refugee and Immigrant Assistance Program will be held at the Seatac Double Tree hotel to celebrate 30 years of refugee contributions to local communities

Read More »
Chinese WWII vets gather for reunion in Seattle

Chinese WWII vets gather for reunion in Seattle

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

by Hong Van From Sept. 14 – 17, the 14th Air Service Group and the 987th Signal Company will be holding their combined reunion in Seattle. This is the largest group of Chinese American

Read More »
JACL statement on WSDOT DBE ruling

JACL statement on WSDOT DBE ruling

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

The Seattle Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) stands with the “Community Coalition for Contracting and Jobs” consisting of African-American contractors and others and with communities of color to express our deep concern on the

Read More »
A Great Leap Forward for Equal Voting Rights Substantial increase in Chinese ballots cast in Martin Luther King County

A Great Leap Forward for Equal Voting Rights Substantial increase in Chinese ballots cast in Martin Luther King County

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

By Doug Chin Amid the outcry over uncounted and improperly counted votes in King County last November and the problems in the Elections Office, and while Democrats and Republicans were clamoring over counting every

Read More »
Local groups denounce report on race relations for WSU Kim continues fight for justice on WSU campus

Local groups denounce report on race relations for WSU Kim continues fight for justice on WSU campus

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

Story by NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Editor Just days before Nina Kim began her fall semester at Washington State University, Asian American activist groups supporting Kim’s fight for justice gathered on Aug. 18 to denounce

Read More »
Vietnamese stranded after hurricane

Vietnamese stranded after hurricane

The International Examiner September 11, 2005 0

Examiner News Service/NCM Among the thousands of people stranded in New Orleans following the destruction of Hurricane Katrina were hundreds of Vietnamese people who were also desperately seeking help in a small town outside

Read More »
Chinese Reconciliation Project ground in Tacoma

Chinese Reconciliation Project ground in Tacoma

The International Examiner August 30, 2005 0

BY CHARYSSE REASER Examiner Contributor The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) will break ground for its historic Chinese Reconciliation Park on Aug. 19 in Tacoma. The park – overlooking Commencement Bay – will be

Read More »
Cultural Tourism: Dragon boat racing down Victoria's Inner Harbour

Cultural Tourism: Dragon boat racing down Victoria's Inner Harbour

The International Examiner August 30, 2005 0

Drummers help dragon boat paddlers stay synchronized. Teams came from all over the United States and Canada to compete in the Victoria Dragon Boat Festival. Story by Nhien Nguyen Photos by Richard Cranor It’s

Read More »