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Food and sh** to consider — Filipino American couple makes it palatable
3 years ago

Food and sh** to consider — Filipino American couple makes it palatable

By James Tabafunda – Northwest Asian Weekly

September 18, 2015

Business owners Chera Amlag and George “Geo” Quibuyen know quite a lot about leadership and activism – universal human connection, in …
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Get to know Seafair’s Filipino Princess Judilyn Rodriguez
3 years ago

Get to know Seafair’s Filipino Princess Judilyn Rodriguez

By: Kae Saeteurn – Ethnic Seattle

August 25, 2015

This summer has been a whirlwind for Judilyn Rodriguez. This past April, she was crowned Miss Filipino Community of Seattle, thus …
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Donnie Chin—Every Asian community needs a dragon to protect it
3 years ago

Donnie Chin—Every Asian community needs a dragon to protect it

By: Dean Wong – The International Examiner

The following is a statement by Dean Wong on the legacy of Donald Gregory Chin that was read before hundreds at the vigil …
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Seattle organization MÁS raises visibility of Afro-Latino heritage
3 years ago

Seattle organization MÁS raises visibility of Afro-Latino heritage

By: Randy Salgado – Seattle Globalist

July 20, 2015

Milvia Pacheco was always told she looked too black to be Latino.

Growing up in Venezuela, many Latinos maligned her for …
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Honoring Warren Chan — Icon of an incredible generation
3 years ago

Honoring Warren Chan — Icon of an incredible generation

By: Assunta Ng – Northwest Asian Weekly

July 9, 2015

A parade of “who’s who,”— including a governor, mayor, and 19 judges from both Supreme Court to Municipal Court—gathered at …
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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
3 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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‘A Taste of Home’ tells the story of history, food in Seattle’s Chinatown
3 years ago

‘A Taste of Home’ tells the story of history, food in Seattle’s Chinatown

By: Rachel Belle – My Northwest

June 25, 2015

Harry Chan prepares egg foo young at his family’s Seattle International District restaurant, Tai Tung, the oldest remaining Chinese restaurant …
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Seattle International District’s Panama Hotel deemed ‘national treasure’
4 years ago

Seattle International District’s Panama Hotel deemed ‘national treasure’

By: Marc Stiles – Puget Sound Business Journal

June 12, 2015

The Panama Hotel in Seattle’s Chinatown/International District is an intriguing place where you can still see the trunks and …
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Chef Thoa Nguyen Beats Bobby Flay, Will Open Sushi Chinoise in Bothell
4 years ago

Chef Thoa Nguyen Beats Bobby Flay, Will Open Sushi Chinoise in Bothell

By: Sara Jones – Eater Seattle

May 18, 2015

Another score for Bothell.

Fresh off a Bobby Flay victory last week on the Food Network, Vietnamese-born chef Thoa Nguyen, chef/owner of Wabi-Sabi in Columbia City and …
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