Japanese students from Matsuyama Island, eight Seattle community volunteers, and a team of Seattle Police offi cers participated in a coordinated effort to paint over graffiti in Little Saigon …
The Seattle City Council will soon vote on one of the largest redevelopment projects the city has faced in recent years: the replacement of historic Yesler Terrace with a new public housing community …
Friends of Little Saigon (FLS) is asking the community to sign a petition against Seattle Housing Authority’s proposal to rezone the 30-acre Yesler
Chinese, Koreans, Vietnamese, some Japanese, Tibetans, Mongolians, and other ethnicities are all celebrating the Lunar New Year this week. While the traditions of each culture differ somewhat, there is one unifying aspect to all of them.
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly When an organization wants things done right, members sometimes find that doing things themselves may ultimately prove to be the best option.
Volunteers from the community and Wells Fargo Bank grabbed brushes and rollers to take to the streets of Little Saigon and painted out graffiti.
“As Americans we can each draw strength and a sense of identity from our cultures of origin while refusing to be defined or limited by the past.” — Dow Constantine King County Executive “A young person can record an oral history interview with an elder in their community, perhaps a grandparent. A good question is […]
By Amy Taxin The Associated Press GARDEN GROVE, California (AP) — At Cafe Miss Cutie, the windows are tinted, but not pitch black. The waitresses are wearing negligees, but not naked. And patrons are being urged to smoke outside.
Over the last few years, there’s been a building boom in South Lake Union, which contrasts with what’s going on in the International District (ID) — nothing.
Seattle’s Chinatown-International District and Little Saigon are featuring a series of shopping events through Dec. 18 for their second annual Holiday Shop-O-Rama.