The Seattle Chinatown-International District’s Night Market was held on Sept. 14. Festival goers feasted on a variety of international delights from food vendors and local restaurants. There was also an outdoor international market featuring handmade local goods, fresh cut flowers, and Asian inspired items, and live entertainment.
Photos by George Liu and Assunta Ng
On Saturday, June 29, the Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) hosted its annual Dragon Fest with 10,000 in attendance, and over 80 vendors that range from retail to food, and informational to arts and crafts. Local businesses participated in the $3 food walk and visitors had a blast. The CIDBIA hosted a noodle eating […]
More than 50 volunteers from the Seahawks and their partners Delta Air Lines and The Mission Continues helped landscape and clean museum cases at the Nisei Veterans Memorial Hall on June 14. The volunteer project was part of the NFL’s 100 year celebration and “Huddle for 100” campaign, which urges each person to volunteer 100 minutes of their time to a community cause.
CISC brought together 300 community leaders at its 47th annual Friendship Dinner & Auction on May 18.
This painting illustrates the challenges and dangers that Chinese workers faced in the 19th century by Jake Lee.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang made an appearance at Gas Works Park in Seattle on May 3 as part of his Humanity First campaign tour to talk about his three main policy proposals: universal basic income that would provide $1,000 a month to every adult over 18 in the country, health care for all, and a new form of capitalism focused on human welfare.
The Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month Celebration was held at the Seattle Center Armory on May 5 as part of API Heritage Month.
With over 500 attendees, the 2019 White Center Khmer New Year Celebration hosted by the Cambodian Cultural Alliance of Washington (CCAW) celebrated its annual street festival on April 27.
On March 31, several dignitaries gathered at Sea-Tac Airport to kick-off the return of Japan Airlines’ (JAL) Seattle to Tokyo flight. Hideki Kikuyama of JAL, Yoichiro Yamada, the Consul General of Japan in Seattle, Port Commission President Courtney Gregoire, Ben Minicucci of Alaska Airlines, and Steve Koo of American Airlines took part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.