The Wing Luke Museum raised a record-breaking $520,000 at its annual auction and dinner on April 1 at The Westin Seattle. More than 500 people, including Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and Attorney General Bob Ferguson, attended the event titled, “Bold, Loud, and Brave.” Photos by George Liu/NWAW
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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.
On Jan. 29, children and their parents, and for the first time, a couple of canines took part in the Lunar New Year Children’s Parade and Northwest Asian Weekly’s 8th Annual Costume Contest in Seattle’s International District.
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.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) released the stamp on Jan. 5 in a ceremony open to the public at the Wing Luke Museum.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) celebrated the holidays on Dec, 16 with festive entertainment and a game show.
Eight people were honored on Dec. 2 at the House of Hong Restaurant in Chinatown. Photos by George Liu and Eugene Tagawa
The Ethnic Seattle Holiday Pop-up Market on Nov. 26 at Hing Hay Park featured local minority and immigrant owned businesses. Seahawks legends Steve Largent and Walter Jones signed autographs, took photos, and handed out swag.