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From a boat to running a million-dollar business —Lam’s new owner’s journey

From a boat to running a million-dollar business —Lam’s new owner’s journey
4 years ago

From a boat to running a million-dollar business —Lam’s new owner’s journey

By: Peggy Chapman – Northwest Asian Weekly

July 9, 2015

Lam’s Seafood Market 1221 S King St, Seattle, WA 98144 (206) 720-0969 www.lamsseafood.com/

George Nguyen never imagined he would be …
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Pho Cyclo’s Taylor Hoang Launches a Culinary Walking Tour of the International District
4 years ago

Pho Cyclo’s Taylor Hoang Launches a Culinary Walking Tour of the International District

By: Angela Qian – Seattle Met

Okay, let’s admit it—for the uninitiated, food shopping in the International District can be intimidating. Mysterious objects float in pickle jars, food labels lack an …
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How to Order Bubble Tea
4 years ago

How to Order Bubble Tea

By: Vicki Connor – Spoon University

Bubble tea, or boba, is a Taiwanese drink that has taken the United States by storm. It can be found anywhere from kiosks at the …
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Young Indians embrace dating apps despite social taboos
4 years ago

Young Indians embrace dating apps despite social taboos

By: Rishab R. Jain – Associated Press

July 7, 2015

NEW DELHI (AP) — Aditi Mendiratta’s biggest worry as she’s swiping left and right is hiding the smartphone notifications that …
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Iranian Women Unpack Their Makeup Bags — and So Much More
4 years ago

Iranian Women Unpack Their Makeup Bags — and So Much More

By Cat Quinn – Refinery29

July 7, 2015

There’s an important conversation happening about the role of makeup in our lives. Women are posting videos and images of their half-made-up faces, claiming …
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These Are the Craziest Food Challenges in LA Right Now
4 years ago

These Are the Craziest Food Challenges in LA Right Now

From Food Beast – Locale Magazine

July 6, 2015

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City …
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Why today’s immigrants are shunning rural living
4 years ago

Why today’s immigrants are shunning rural living

By: Irina Vodonos – Seattle Globalist

July 2, 2015

“Wouldn’t it be boring for you to live there because everyone’s the same?”

That was my friend’s first reaction when I …
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Africans Take to Social Media to Combat Negative Cultural Stereotypes
4 years ago

Africans Take to Social Media to Combat Negative Cultural Stereotypes

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By: Heather Dockray – GOOD

June 30, 2015

Open a paper, turn to the International section, and look under ‘Africa.’ Chances are, you’re highly likely to find images of war, starvation, …
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Top 10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Longan
4 years ago

Top 10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Longan

By: Arshi Ahmed

March 18, 2015

StyleCraze – Longan, also known as “dragons eye” (because of a white eye shaped mark on the pit that appears as a pupil in …
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Uwajimaya’s Tomio Moriguchi ranked no. 24 for 35 of Seattle’s most Influential Business Leaders in the Past 35 Years
4 years ago

Uwajimaya’s Tomio Moriguchi ranked no. 24 for 35 of Seattle’s most Influential Business Leaders in the Past 35 Years

Puget Sound Business Journal

June 26, 2015

Eighty-seven years ago, Japanese immigrant Fujimatsu Moriguchi started selling fishcakes and rice from the back of his truck to Japanese laborers in logging …
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