The Bellevue Collection, Seattle Chinese Culture and Arts Association, Overseas Community Affairs Council Taiwan and the Taiwan Benevolent Association of America, hosted a Lunar New Year celebration on Feb. 4 at Bellevue Square in Center Court. The celebration featured numerous traditional and contemporary cultural demonstrations including martial arts, music, dance, and visual arts.
Welcome to the first Apop! column of 2017! A lot has changed since we were last together. Read on to find out what’s happened in the new year.
Jackie Chan movies come complete with standard expectations. You need Jackie Chan, of course — charming, modest, awkward, and ready to kick butt as always.
When she was 13, Yeonmi Park and her mother were smuggled across the Yalu River from their North Korean border village to China.
The New Year brings a lot of new and exciting things for people. But welcoming a new family member is a whole new experience and celebration.
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As thousands of men and women lined up on South Jackson Street waiting to join Womxn’s March to the Seattle Center on Jan. 20, the Chinatown International District became a vital link of a massive movement.
For the last few months, you may have seen previews for a comedy biopic based on the book, Hidden Figures, written Margot Lee Shetterly.