The historic Canton Alley was recently repaved, and the Chinatown-International District held a reopening ceremony and celebration on June 15. In addition to a ribbon-cutting ceremony, food, and music, Chinese American author Dale Hom autographed copies of his book, “Walk Don’t Run: Growing Up Asian in Seattle,” in the alley. The Chinatown International District Preservation […]
Local organizations find solutions By Ruth Bayang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Incomes for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) have failed to keep up with the rising cost of rents and home prices, according to a report, “Our Neighborhoods: Asian American and Pacific Islander Anti-Displacement Strategies,” released May 11. The report surveyed 15 AAPI and Native […]
Let’s use our alleys. This is the message Seattle residents and businesses are emoting, and on top of the list for a makeover is the Canton Alley in the Chinatown International District. And why not? A makeover will allow residents in the ID and tourists easier accessibility to Canton Alley’s illustrious history, will promote tourism, […]
The annual election for the International Special Review District Board was held on Nov. 15. Three positions were up for election.
The annual election for the International Special Review District Board was held on Tuesday, Nov. 15. Three positions were up for election this year. The results are as follows: Joann Ware won Position #1 for a District business person, property owner or employee. Marvin Rosete won Position #2 for resident, tenant or community participant. And […]