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SEATTLE'S INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT
Dough Chin chornicles the journey of the brave immigrants who left their home county to make a new life in Seattle. Learn how far the International District has come since its early days. $20                            







SEEING THE LIGHT
Award-winning photographer Dean Wong has been capturing moments in the Chinatowns of Seattle, Vancouver, San Francisco and New York for over four decades. The intimate photos of Seeing the Light demonstrate the simple lives whitin these culture-rich communities. $22.50




SONGS OF WILLOW FROST
Jamie Ford (author of Hotel on the Coner of Bitter & Sweet) amazes us again whit his second novel. After seeing a beautiful Chinese actress on the silver screen, orphan William Eng is convinced she is his mother. He escapes the orphanage with his friend Charlotte and the two children search the streets of Seattle. $26


Book: On Hotel of the Corner of Bitter and Sweet


THE HOTEL ON THE CORNER OF BITTER AND SWEET
Jamie Ford tells the bittersweet tale of two young American children, Chinese-American Henry Lee and Japanese-American Keiko Okabe, as they form a relationship along Seattle's streets before Executive Order 9066 changes everything. $26




REFLECTIONS OF SEATTLE'S CHINESE AMERICANS THE FIRST 100 YEARS
Through 71 intimate stories and portraits, elders in Seattle's Chinese American community share, for the first time, their personal memories, stories of their early life in America and Seattle's Chinatown. These are the stories of struggles and achievements of Chinese Americans during the period from 1860 to the 1960s, the landmark first 100 years.$20



HONOLULU
A heartbreaking and uplifting story of "Regret," a young Korean woman who journeys to Hawaii in 1914 as a picture bride in search of opportunities for education. She marries a hardened, older Korean man and sets off on a difficult road full of rich characters and deep Hawaiian history on these islands in the middle of the Pacific. $16.99




ROLLING THE R'S
Pulling from his experiences growing up as a Filipino in Hawai'i, Linmark's Rolling the R's addresses maturity, sexuality, and cultural
identity! $16.95



DECEIT AND OTHER POSSIBILITIES 
A collection of stories revolving around a wide range of Asian Americans as they navigate through their new home in the U.S. $14.95

STEP INTO A UNIQUELY AMERICAN STORY


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