Wishing you strength, happiness, good health, and good fortune in the Year of the Dragon.
The lion dancers are among us as area organizations begin celebrations for the onset of the 2024 Lunar New Year.
The Care For Your Community, Care For Your Health event began on the morning of Oct. 28, at the Chinatown International District Community Center, with a crowd of seniors eager to take advantage of the event’s voting and health care opportunities.
CISC held its Evening of Friendship Reception event at the Bellevue Arts Museum (BAM) on Saturday, Oct. 14.
The Chinese Information and Service Center (CISC) has been awarded the Bronze Best Nonprofit Organization title in the recent Seattle Times’ 2023 ‘BEST in the PNW’ contest.
Grim-faced and sullen, about 50 residents of Beacon Hill and surrounding areas listened to a police representative give safety tips on Thursday night after a string of unsolved violent robberies hit their neighborhoods over the past few months.
Chinese Information and Service Center (CISC) held a grand opening ceremony on May 19 for its new Renton location.
CISC brought together 300 community leaders at its 47th annual Friendship Dinner & Auction on May 18.
The Chinese Information and Service Center hosted a karaoke night at China Harbor on Sept. 23. Two-hundred people attended the event, which raised $20,000.
Mayor Jenny Durkan announced $1.7 million in awards for senior centers in Seattle on Sept. 7. Twelve nonprofit centers across the city will receive awards ranging from $67,000 to $180,000 in 2019, including Asian Counseling and Referral Service, Chinese Information and Service Center, and International Drop-In Center. “As our City grows less affordable, we must […]