Under a smattering of clouds, as a hint of summer invested the Chinatown-International District (CID), an announcement was made on May 9 that brings the salvation of the embattled neighborhood that much closer to reality.
Eng family celebrate sale of CID homestead to Wing Luke Museum
The unique little homestead in Chinatown-International District (CID), sold for $1.8 million, reflected the struggles and triumph of Chinese American pioneers amid a dark period of American history, and above all, a creative version of the American Dream.
Honoring Teresita Batayola: AiPACE Clinic Naming Fundraiser
ICHS Foundation raised $81,000 at the Honoring Teresita Batayola: AiPACE Clinic Naming Fundraiser, held on April 15, at the Wing Luke Museum.
Seattle celebrates AAPI Heritage Month
Throughout May, the Seattle area is celebrating Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month to explore the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) culture that thrives in western Washington.
Wing Luke Museum acquires historic property for preservation
The Wing Luke Museum announced on April 10 the acquisition of property located at 611 8th Ave South in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID) neighborhood.
Wing Luke Museum raised highest amount ever: $700,000
The Wing Luke Museum’s gala recently set a new record, raising over $700,000.
“Resisters: From trauma and terror to the triumph of truth”
The “Resisters” exhibit, at Seattle’s Wing Luke Museum, starts out with calamity and shock. That’s deliberate.
Wing Luke Museum got a visit from Asian American Santa
The Wing Luke Museum got a visit on Dec. 1 from Asian American Santa. Families and kids got a chance to pose for photos with the Jolly Red Elf played by Kerry Taniguchi. A longtime volunteer at the Wing, Taniguchi first stepped into Santa’s boots in 2016. Santa was accompanied by a helper elf played […]
The Best of Chinatown ID — Wing Luke Museum
Wing Luke Museum 719 S. King St., Seattle, WA 98104 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Tue–Sun (206) 623-5124 More than a museum, the Wing Luke Museum gives you an inside look at the history, sights, and stories of the Chinatown-International District from the early 1900s to the present. Current exhibits feature contemporary art, bubble tea, and Bruce […]
Seward Park’s new torii gate: rebuilding and remembering
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly As Seward Park anticipates a rebuild of the torii gate that used to welcome visitors to the park, Jerry Arai hopes to dedicate park benches to two very special people in the community. A retired architect and community volunteer, Arai wants to donate and dedicate two benches for Seward […]
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