Metro plans to remove a bus shelter in the heart of Little Saigon, citing safety and sanitary concerns, but many in the community think it won’t make a difference.
The Chinatown-International District (CID) and the City of Seattle is bracing for the influx of tens of thousands of visitors expected for Major League Baseball’s All-Star Week.
Nancy Yao, the founding director of The Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum, has withdrawn from her position due to “family issues that require her attention.”
Seattle Parks and Recreation along with Friends of Little Saigon held a groundbreaking Thursday, before construction begins on the new Little Saigon Park.
The City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (DON) has awarded the Danny Woo Garden in Chinatown-International District (CID) and the Wilderness Inner-City Leadership program $100,000 through the Food Equity Fund to support intergenerational learning programs and infrastructure upgrades and repairs that will support community needs in the garden.
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RAVE Foundation—the charitable arm of Seattle Sounders—recognized local real developer Thach Nguyen on July 1.
Toronto—the largest and most populous city in Canada—has a new mayor.
Coco Lee, a Hong Kong-born singer and songwriter who had a highly successful career in Asia, has died by suicide, her siblings said Wednesday. She was 48.
Vietnam’s state media have reported that the government banned distribution of the popular “Barbie” movie because it includes a view of a map showing disputed Chinese territorial claims in the South China Sea.