Cathay Post 186 of the American Legion held its annual Memorial Day service to honor the Asian Americans from Seattle who gave their lives during World War II. The event, at Hing Hay Park on May 28, included a performance by the Seattle Chinese Drill Team.
By Shane McMahon Northwest Asian Weekly As a crowd gathered on King Street, lettuce and firecrackers hung from the front of a building, two pairs of children in lion costumes prepared to dance, and the celebration of the Year of the Sheep was ready to start. On Feb. 7 the Wing Luke Museum provided Seattle’s […]
Photos by George Liu & Daria Kroupoderova/NWAW The recycling fashion contest is made possible by: General BioDiesel Cathay Post 186 Tsue Chong Company Waters Academy ParentMap Jade Garden Restaurant Simply Thai Restaurant China Harbor Restaurant InterIm CDA Jim Doane Thank you!
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Seattle’s Cathay Post No. 186 held a Memorial Day event at Hing Hay Park on Monday with
A friendly bet between two American Legion Cathay posts — Post #186 in Seattle and Post #384 in San Francisco — has been waged on the outcome of Sunday’s NFL playoff game between the Seahawks and 49ers.
Cathay Post 186 of the American Legion held their annual Memorial Day services in Hing Hay Park on May 27.
William Lum Sing died on Aug. 21 in Seattle due to complications from a stroke. A businessman, Sing was a key figure in raising funds for the Chinese Baptist Church, was an active member and former commander of Cathay Post 186 of the American Legion, and contributed to the expansion and renovation of the Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle in 2008.
On July 21, Commander Bok Pon passed away due to a deteriorating liver caused by Hepatitis B.
Three years ago, Commander Pon was diagnosed with Hepatitis B. Even with this prior knowledge, Pon did not stop helping people and continued his duties at American Legion Post #384, known as Cathay Post.