The flames that engulfed an abandoned building on the 4200 block of Rainier Avenue South also destroyed the physical legacy of a community space that was unique to the city.
In the face of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic’s third year, the Chinatown-International District (CID) in Seattle grapples with profound challenges to public safety, a surge in homelessness, and an alarming increase in anti-Asian hate crimes.
The Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) and Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) are proud to announce the groundbreaking of Patsy Surh Place in Tacoma’s Lincoln District.
Longtime International District community leader Bob Santos may be gone, but his legacy lives on.
In a gesture honoring the historical ties between the City of Seattle and Japan, eight new cherry blossom trees have been planted on Pike Street, between 1st and 2nd avenues.
In a recent interview with Carolyn Bick for the Northwest Asian Weekly, Washington state Rep. My-Linh Thai, the first refugee elected to the Washington State Legislature, opens up about her groundbreaking journey in politics.
Seattle artist Monyee Chau, Seattle Public Library (SPL)’s Artist in Residence, makes and distributes zines, and creates prints, paintings, illustrations, and installations—having studied all of these disciplines at Cornish and elsewhere.
On the day Luke’s Pharmacy—the last independent pharmacy in the Chinatown-International District (CID)—closed its doors, several customers stood outside the door crying.
Sah Pham is wise for her age in the way that the up-and-coming generation is wise.
For nearly 40 years, she told everyone else’s stories. Now, with a children’s book under her arm, and a memoir to come, retired KING 5 anchor Lori Matsukawa is telling her own story.