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2017


Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [August 23]

Densho and The Wing Luke Receive Grants to Preserve Japanese American Incarceration History
International Examiner, International Examiner [August 23]

Georgetown Winery Keeps Summer Parties Rocking
Danny Sullivan, Seattle Magazine [August 22]

'Out of Sight,' A Visionary Show of PNW Fine Art
Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 22]

95 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Aug 22-27, 2017
Stranger Things, The Stranger [August 21]

Smith Applauds Grants to Densho & Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Public Now, Public Now [August 21]

A Gentleman's Game: Chinese Chess on South King St
Alan Berner, The Seattle Times [August 21]

August 17, 2017 - Arts Etc. 
Alan Chong Lau, International Examiner [August 16]

Needle and Thread: Julia Fioravanti's Artist Palette Comes From Spools of Fiber
Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 15]

National Parks' Future Could Be in Pioneer Square
Knute Berger, Crosscut [August 13]

City of Seattle Awards $430,000 For Digital Equity
Public Now, Public Now [August 7]

Asian American Storytelling Camp Aims to Teach Youth the Power of Stories
Roxanne Ray, The International Examiner [August 4]

The Resident: Travel Guide to Seattle by Henry Art Gallery Director Sylvia Wolf
Blouin Artinfo, Blouin Artinfo [August 2]

Fall Out and the Quest for Peace
Alan Chong Lau, International Examiner [August 2]

'Teardrops That Wound' is an Immersive, Multidimensional Exhibition
Aya Bisbee, International Examiner [August 2]

To Protect Our Planet, We Need to ban the Nuclear Bomb
Beth Brunton, Real Change [August 1]

Deconstructing War: Wing Luke Museum Show Addresses Conflict Through Absurdity
Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 1]

Seattle Opera Presents AN AMERICAN DREAM
News Desk, BroadwayWorldly [August 1]

Announcement: 'Hai! Japantown' Celebrates the New and Old Seattle
International Examiner, International Examiner [July 26]

In the Footsteps of Seattle's Early Asian Immigrants and Pioneers
The Wing Luke Museum, The Seattle Times [July 26]

A 'Video Poem' Capturing the Experiencing of Japanese Incarceration
Chizu Omori, International Examiner [July 24]

Announcement: From Hiroshima to Hope - Event to Honor victims of Atomic Bombings
International Examiner, International Examiner [July 24]

The Seattle Times Editorial Board Grossly Misrepresents Prop 1, Again
Rich Smith, The Stranger [July 20]

More Than an Arts Tax: Seattle Culture and Politics Leaders on the Twists and Turns of Props. 1
Brendan Kiley, The Seattle Times [July 19]

Bruce Lee Fans Pay Respect at Seattle Gravesite
Ryan Yamamoto, KOMO News [July 19]

HHC Summer AAPI Arts & Crafts Fair
Carpe Diem, Carpe Diem [July 19]

Happy Hour Food Walk - July
Carpe Diem, Carpe Diem [July 19]

Party with Dogs, Watch Soccer with Geeks, & 18 Things To Do in Seattle This Week
Sara Gentzler, The Evergrey [July 16]

Exhibition - Come Out and Play
AmericaTowns [July 13]

Seattle's Most Unsung 'Park' is Hidden in This Pioneer Square Hotel
Knute Berger, Seattle Magazine [July 12]

Asya Geisberg Gallery Presents an Exhibition on Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture
ArtsDaily [July 12]

Seattle's Most Unsung 'Park' is Hidden in This Pioneer Square Hotel
Real Estate Tourism [July 12]

Announcement: Chinatown-International District Dragon Fest 2017 on July 15 and 16
International Examiner, International Examiner [July 10]

Asian Art Leaders Respond to Madame Butterfly
Carpe Diem [July 8]

Seattle, Washington State: The Major Attractions
Travel Quotidiano [July 6]

Work by Seattle Artist Incarcerated
Mary Ann Gwinn, The Seattle Times [July 5]

Best Summer Festivals and Concerts in 2017
Kareem Gantt, AXS [July 2]

Thirty Nine Questions for White People 
Naima Lowe, Boston Independent Media Center [June 28]

NPS Announce $1.6 Million in Grants to Preserve and Interpret WWII JA Confinement Sites
Nichi Bey Weekly, Nichi Bey Weekly [June 21]

Greg Hill, NewsMiner [June 20]

Alley Makeover
Public Now, Public Now [June 19]



Year Zero Memorial candlight vigil brings together Cambodian community
Thay Cheam, International Examiner [May 18]

What constitutes a Seattle landmark?
Chris Daniels, King 5 [May 16]

Are we a nation of immigrants? Seattle Chinatown/ID tour guide offers provocative answer
Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [May 14]

The Paintings and Collections Of Roger Shimomura Document America's Shameful Japanese Internment of World War II
Lauren Terry, Wiliamette Week [May 10]

May events: Train of Tears and the internment years
Hood River News [May 10]

Seattle: Free Family-Friendly Fun 
Carrie Yu, Trekaroo Blog [May 6]

Remembering the Chinese Exclusion Act: The law that set the foundation for U.S. immigration policies
Ruby Luna, KUOW [May 5]

Remembering A Shameful Past: 135 Years Ago, Congress Passed The Chinese Exclusion Act
Paula Wissel, KNKX [May 5]

Wing Luke screening reexamines Who Killed Vincent Chin?
Lena Winfrey, International Examiner [May 3]

Art, faith, history, culture & science
I.J. Singh, Asia Samachar [April 26]

Cascade High students meet at corner of English and history
Julie Muhlstein, Herald Net [April 23]

Cascade High School students learn Japanese American history firsthand
Richard Winkle, News of Mill Creek [April 19]

Executive Order 9066: Artists and activists draw parallels to the present
Chetanya Robinson, International Examiner [April 19]

Know Your Rights: A Toolkit for Cultural Producers
The Visualist [April 19]

Dear King County Council: Bring the Very Good But Boringly Titled "Access For All" Proposal Back From the Dead
Rich Smith, The Stranger [April 14]

Studying for the citizenship test one stitch at a time
Karen Ducey, Crosscut [April 7]

Spaceworks exhibit examines Cambodian genocide and refugee experience
Dave R. Davison, Tacoma Weekly [April 5]

Opinion: War Is Not An Option for Korea
Christine Ahn, International Examiner [April 5]

Huskies in the headlines: Kelsey Plum rises above the rest
University of Washington, Columns Magazine [April 5]

Today is the 75th Anniversary of the Incarceration of Bainbridge Island's Japanese American Community
Ana Sofia Knauf, The Stranger [March 30]

Deporting Cambodians then and now
Alec Clayton, Northwest Military [March 30]

A critical exhibit in this time of Trump
Chetanya Robinson, Crosscut [March 30]

Foreigner at home
Lisa Edge, Real Change News [March 15]

Racism is baked into the history of this small Seattle suburb
Joshua McNichols, KUOW [March 14]

Stars and Stripes 
Alec Clayton, Northwest Military [March 9]

Year of Remembrance: Glimpses of a Forever Foreigner
Aly Chu, KCTS 9 [March 2]

Can inclusively minded cultural institutions help build stronger communities?
Heather Shayne Blakeslee, Grid [March 1]

Art Zone: Lawrence Matsuda & Year of Remembrance at Wing Luke
SeattleChannel.org [February 24]

Meet Seattle's Tiniest Tour Guides
NBC New York [February 24]

The 50 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Feb 20-26, 2017
Stranger Things, The Stranger [February 20]

Band of the Week: Dude York
USA, Seattle Magazine [February 20]

Celebrate President's Day with Free Entrance to National Parks
Gena Wynkoop, Seattle Refined [February 19]

Sound and Story, Music and Memory Coalesce in 'Panama Hotel Jazz'
Kamna Shastri, International Examiner [February 17]

Take a Dumpling Tour of the Chinatown-International District
Kim Holcomb, King 5 [February 17]

Explore America's Only Bruce Lee Exhibit
New England Cable News [February 17]

Seattle Remembers: Events to Observe 75th Anniversary of U.S. Internment of Japanese Americans 
Christine Clarridge, The Seattle Times [February 17]

5 Things To Do This Weekend: Hit the Road, Go Ice Fishing and More
Shirley Qiu, The Seattle Times [February 17]

The Must List: Angel Olsen, A Moveable Feast, The Pajama Game
Seattle Magazine Staff, Seattle Magazine [February 16]

Day of Remembrance: 75th Anniversary Events
International Examiner, International Examiner [February 14]

Announcement: Wing Luke Museum to Open New Exhibit, 'Year of Remembrance: Glimpses of a Forever Foreigner'
International Examiner, International Examiner [February 14]

Community Events Remembering the Signing of Executive Order 9066 
Northwest Cable News [February 13]

Life at Idaho Internment Camp Revisited Through Poetry and Art
Su Ring, King 5 [February 13]

Seattle Asian American Film Festival Comes Back for its Fifth Year
Roxanne Ray, International Examiner [February 9]

4 Global Comfort Food Dishes You Just Might Find at Our Taste the World Event
Jane Kidder, Seattle Met [February 9]

Year of the Rooster Stamp is Unveiled, Released in First Issue at the Wing Luke Museum
Kamna Shastri, International Examiner [February 8]

40 Art Things You Must Do This Spring
SW Staff, Seattle Weekly [February 8]

Barring Immigrants as American as Apple Pie
Ruben Navarette, San Antionio Express-News [February 6]

Seattle Developments: Washington Building Designs
David McManus, E-Architect [February 3]

SAM Announces Programs and Events for Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series
The Seattle Medium [February 3]

Cathay Post #186: A Legacy of Camaraderie, Community, and Patriotism
Hiroki Sakamoto, International Examiner [February 2]

5 Things To Do This Weekend
Florangela Davila, Crosscut [February 2]

The Best Arts Shows in Seattle: Summer 2017
Amber Cortes, The Stranger [February 1]

96 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Jan 31 - Feb 5, 2017
Stranger Things, The Stranger [January 31]

Aim For 2017: More Culture [in German]
Lieb Management, Open PR.de [January 31]

February is Museum Month in Seattle
Gena Wynkoop, Seattle Refined [January 31]

8 Great US Cities to Celebrate the Lunar New Year
Michele Hermann, Orbitz Travel Blog [January 30]

From Star Trek to Ancient Artworks and Great Food, Seattle Museum Month a Feast for Cultural Senses
Andrew McCredie, National Post [January 30]

Get Half-Price Admission to 40 Seattle Museums Through February
Laura Dannen Redman, Conde Nast Traveler [January 29]

Last-Minute Lunar New Year Preps Underway
Northwest Cable News [January 27]

Seattle's International District Rings in the Lunar New Year
Northwest Cable News [January 27]

Arty Happenings in Seattle The Week of Jan. 27 
Seattle Times Staff, The Seattle Times [January 27]

Chinese New Year Celebrated Across Long Island
NYSE Post [January 26]

How to Celebrate Lunar New Year Around the World
Adalberto Braga, Ambiente Ja [January 26]

Three Ways to Celebrate a South Sound Lunar New Year
Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune [January 26]

How Lunar New Year Traditions Change Through the Generations
Shirley Qiu, The Seattle Times [January 26]

Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year in Seattle
Madeline McKenzie, The Seattle Times [January 24]

Events Traffic Advisory for Tuesday, Jan. 24 - Sunday, Jan. 29
Public Now [January 24]

Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year (With Food)
Jane Kidder, Seattle Met [January 24]

Seattle Museum Month 2017
Rebecca Bollwitt, Vancouver Blog Miss 604 [January 24]

Celebrate the Year of the Rooster with CIDBIA and Wing Luke Museum
International Examiner, International Examiner [January 20]

Poets Gallagher, Matsuda to Read from Collaboration this Thursday
Peninsula Daily News [January 20]

16 Lunar New Year 2017 Events in Seattle
Stranger Things To Do Staff, The Stranger [January 19]

Tet Festival Time: Vietnamese New Year Welcomes the Year of the Rooster
True Viral News [January 19]

Tet Festival Vietnamese New year Welcomes the Year of the Rooster
Madeline McKenzie, The Seattle Times [January 17]

Seattle's Museum Month is a Bargain for Culture Seekers Looking to Stay and Play in the Emerald City
PR Distribution, Military Technologies News [January 17]

Offering Downtown Hotel Guests Half-Price Admission at More Than 40 Participating Museums Throughout Seattle and the Region, Seattle Museum
AP, AP [January 12]

The IE's 2017 Northwest Guide to Lunar New Year
International Examiner, International Examiner [January 9]

Last-Minute Plans: 68 Free, Cheap & Easy Things To Do in Seattle This Weekend: January 6-8
Stranger Things To Do Staff, Stranger Things [January 6]

Lunar New Year Stamp Rings in 2017
Targeted News Service [January 6]

Library People News: Hires, Promotions, Retirements, and Obituaries
LJ, Library Journal [January 6]

Lunar New Year Stamp Rings in 2017 - Year of the Rooster Newest Addition to Stamp Series
BizWire Express [January 4]

Announcement: Who's Got Game Exhibit at Wing Luke Museum Explores Asian Pacific Americans in Sports
International Examiner, International Examiner [January 3]

Planning Safe Connections to South Downtown
Ryan Packer, The Urbanist [January 3]


2016

Year of the Rooster Stamp to Make Its Debut in Seattle
Seattle Chinese Post & Northwest Asian Weekly, World News Report [December 30]

Art Doesn't Take a Holiday: Museums Open in the Waning Hours of 2016
Jeff Albertson, The Seattle Times [December 29]

Cascadia Remondel in Seattle
Futuristic Architecture [December 28]

Jane Wong: Poet, Author, Keen Observer
Rachel Gallaher, City Arts Magazine [December 28]

Port Ludlow Residence in Washington
Futuristic Architecture [December 23]

Year of the Rooster Stamp Will Be Issued Lu Rongchang Museum for the Public Ceremony
Bonnie Zhou, Seattle Chinese Post [December 23]

New Year of the Rooster Stamp to Make its Debut in Seattle Ceremony
Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, NBC News [December 19]

Announcement: Postal Service to Celebrate 2017 Lunar New Year with Year of the Rooster Stamp
International Examiner, International Examiner [December 16]

Seattle Museum Presents Monthly Theme and Events Offered
Travel Weekly China [December 15]

December 2016 Arts Etc.
Alan Lau, International Examiner [December 9]

We Are The Ocean: Wing Luke Exhibit Highlights aIndigenous Pacific Narratives of Climate Change
Chetanya Robinson, International Examiner [December 9]

APIA Contributors Honored at Dinner
Time Gruver, Northwest Asian Weekly [December 9]

Community Calendars, Festivals, Fair and More
Madeline McKenzie, The Seattle Times [December 8]

National Museum and Library Services Board gains Five New and One Returning Member
Giuliana Bullard, Public Now [December 7]

The Best Art Show in Seattle This Winter
Jen Graves and Julia Raban, The Stranger [December 7]

Obama Appoints Wing Luke's Executive Director to National Board
Northwest Asian Weekly, Northwest Asian Weekly [December 5]

Visit Diverse Santas at these Seattle Holiday Events
The Seattle Times [December 2]

Hotels and Museums are the Height of Administration During Seattle's Third Annual Museum Month
Anna Chmielewski, Military Technologies News [December 2]

Downtown Seattle Hotel Guests Receive Half-Priced Entry to Region's Museums and Cultural Institutions in February 2017
AP [December 2]

Sound Theatre Company Announces 2017 Season of Women Playwrights
BWW News Desk, BroadwayWorld [November 30]

Donations to Three Community Groups
NorthWest Asian Weekly, NorthWest Asian Weekly [November 28]

Beth Takekawa Named to Obama Administration Post
The Rafu Shimpo [November 28]

The Past Wrong of Internment Leaves Lesson for Our President
Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [November 23]

2017 Arts & Culture Holiday Gift Guide
Public Now [November 23]

Announcement: ACLF Graduates Community Leaders Program Class of 2016
Heidi Parl, International Examiner [November 21]

Darius X 'A Boy Named Soo' at Scarlet Ibis Gallery Through End of November
The B. Town Blog [November 21]

Freehold Theatre Reolcating to International District
Joshua Talosig, International Examiner [November 16]

Art After Trump
Jen Graves, The Stranger [November 15]

Cathay Post #186 Seeks New Members, Greater Visibility
International Examiner, International Examiner [November 14]

Cathay Post #186 Connects Its Past in the Community with the Future
International Examiner, International Examiner [November 11]

Cathay Post Celebrates 70 Years, Honors World War 2 Veterans
Travis Quezon, International Examiner [November 11]

Cathay Post Has a history of Community Service, Camaraderie
International Examiner, International Examiner [November 11]

The Cathy Post: Honoring a Proud Legacy of Service
Ron Chew, International Examiner [November 11]

At Wing Luke: Stories From the Pacific's Drowning Islands
Clayton Aldern, Crosscut [November 11]

Community Stories: An American Hero - Frank Nishimura 
The Seattle Channel [November 10]

Announcement: OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates - Greater Seattle Celebrates Fourth Pre-Conquest Indigenous Cultures & Its Aftermath Conference
International Examiner, International Examiner [November 7]

Push Pull Residence in Seattle
Isabelle Lomholt, e-Architect [November 1]

Eight Standing Rock Fundraisers in Seattle
Stranger Things To Do Staff, The Stranger [October 31]

Announcement: Wing Luke Museum Asks for Community Input in a Survey
Guest Contributor, International Examiner [October 29]

Announcement: Fall Luncheon and Pica Schedule
International Examiner, International Examiner [October 28]

Portrait Gallery: Bruce Lee
Christine Marie Larsen, The Seattle Review of Books [October 27]

A National Museum of Filipino American History Opens in Stockton, California
Richard Tenaza, Positively Filipino [October 26]

206 Things To Do in the 206 (that's Seattle)
Kristin Kendle, TripSavvy [October 25]

'A Day in the Life of Bruce' Opens at Wing Luke
NorthWest Asian Weekly, NorthWest Asian Weekly [October 21]

Readers Share Stories of Racism Toward the Asian-American Community: 'People See My Race First'
Seattle Times Staff, The Seattle Times [October 14]

Call for Submission for Craft Action: Genre Bending
CAA News, Dallas Art Dealers Association [October 13]

Creating an Affordable, Inclusive Puget Sound
David Yuan, Seattle Business Magazine [October 13]

Bruce Lee's Seattle in Photos
Levi Pulkkinen, Seattle PI [October 7]

Beloved Seattle Artist Frank S. Fujii Passes Away at 86
Ron Chew, International Examiner [October 5]

After More Than Two Decades, Filipino-American Museum Scheduled to Open
Agnes Constante, NBC News [October 5]

Seattle Developments: Washington Building Designs
David McManus, e-Architect [October 4]

Asian Art Museum in Seattle Building
David McManus, e-Architect [October 4]

The 15 Best Places for Exhibits in Seattle
FourSquare Lists, FourSquare [October 4]

Announcement: Ron Chew, Jay Reich Join the Seattle Public Library Board of Trustees
International Examiner, International Examiner [October 3]

Thievery Corporation at the Showbox, 'The Royale' at ACT, Atlas Obscura at Seattle Underground
City Arts Staff, City Arts [October 3]

Mazama House, Methow Valley
Adrian Welch, e-Architect [October 2]

Jasmit Singh Recognized By IE for Excellence in Social Justice
Heidi Park, International Examiner [October 1]

Lark Residence in Seattle
David McManus, e-Architect [September 30]

Interim CDA's Cultivate Event Celebrates Danny Woo Garden with Local Chefs, Remembers Uncle Bob
Lexi Potter, International Examiner [September 29]

Ron Chew, Jay Reich Join Library Board of Trustees
America Towns [September 29]

Community Calendars, Festivals, Fairs and More
Madeline McKenzie, The Seattle Times [September 29]

City Council Lays Out 'Unsuitable' Areas for Homeless Camps
Chris Daniels, King 5 [September 28]

TeenTix Announces Nominees of 2016 Teeny Awards
BWW News Desk, Broadway World [September 28]

Bigger, Better
Gemma Wilson, City Arts [September 27]

Announcement: Day in the Life of Bruce Lee, All-New Exhibit at Wing Luke Museum Opening Oct. 1
International Examiner, International Examiner [September 20]

Pro/Con: What's the Right Balance when Dealing with Homelessness
Seattle Times Staff, The

2012

Wing Luke exhibit focuses on hidden Asian poverty

By Rosette Royale, Real Change [December 26]

         


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