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Seattle Kokon Taiko Celebrates 35 Years with a Booming Concert

Seattle Kokon Taiko Celebrates 35 Years with a Booming Concert
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Seattle Kokon Taiko Celebrates 35 Years with a Booming Concert

By Rosin Saez September 30, 2016

Taiko drumming, an age-old art from Japan, started in Seattle as a means of cultural expression. Japanese Americans, who for the most part kept …
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The Top Things to Check Out This Weekend: September 29–October 2
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The Top Things to Check Out This Weekend: September 29–October 2

By Rosin Saez September 29, 2016

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FOOD & DRINK

Sat, Oct 1 Katsu Burger Turns 5 Celebrate five years of katsu burgers in Georgetown. To show their appreciation for …
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Fall Recipe: Steamed Trout with Soya Sauce
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Fall Recipe: Steamed Trout with Soya Sauce

By Rosin Saez, with Taylor Hoang September 29, 2016

Taylor Hoang, owner of the Pho Cyclo Cafes and the Rickshaw Chef, shared a lovely trout recipe with The Seattle Times
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Feeding Minds Turns into Feeding People: Two Extend the Noodle Road from China to Seattle
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Feeding Minds Turns into Feeding People: Two Extend the Noodle Road from China to Seattle

by Jay Friedman September 21, 2016

You never know how you’ll fall into noodles. For two noodle-lovers who unexpectedly turned noodle-makers on University Way in Seattle’s University District, it’s been …
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Slideshow: Swirle x Fung Bros Popup in Chinatown-ID
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Slideshow: Swirle x Fung Bros Popup in Chinatown-ID

By Rosin Saez September 19, 2016

In case you missed it: Swirle and the Fung Bros brought a Thai rolled ice cream popup shop to Chinatown-International District this weekend. They …
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Appropriating Food: Bon Appetit’s Recent Pho Pas
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Appropriating Food: Bon Appetit’s Recent Pho Pas

By  •  Culinary

By Rosin Saez September 19, 2016

Much uproar has come after national food magazine, Bon Appetit, posted a video online of a Philadelphia-based chef (yes, a white man) “explaining” how people …
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More Than Just Views from the Dr. Jose P. Rizal Bridge
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More Than Just Views from the Dr. Jose P. Rizal Bridge

By Kae Saeteurn September 16, 2016

It’s a place that can give you awesome sights, sounds, and…feels. The sky, clouds, sunsets. The stadiums, skyscrapers, and glimpses of the Port of …
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The Top Things to Check Out This Weekend: September 15–19
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The Top Things to Check Out This Weekend: September 15–19

By Rosin Saez September 15, 2016

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ARTS & CULTURE

Thu, Sept 15 Mid-Autumn Festival Also known as Moon Festival, the thousand-year-old festival celebrated by Chinese, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese …
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Celebrating the Thousand-Year-Old Mid-Autumn Festival
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Celebrating the Thousand-Year-Old Mid-Autumn Festival

By Nina Huang September 14, 2016

Chinese, Vietnamese, and other Southeast Asians celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, which falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month …
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Taste Test: People Try Mooncakes for the First Time
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Taste Test: People Try Mooncakes for the First Time

By Rosin Saez September 13, 2016

We are still ramping up for the Mid-Autumn Festival coming up this Thursday, September 15. It’s a holiday widely celebrated by Chinese, Taiwanese, and …
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