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United States to Study: Where are the Top 10 Chinatowns in the US? (in Chinese)
Wtoutiao [May 18]

Tomi-Talk: Sleeping in Seattle
Delia Tomino Nakyama, The Rafu Shimpo [May 18]

National Park Service Awards $2.8 Million in Grants to Preserve and Interpret World War II Japanese American Confinement Sites
Jeremy Barnum, Imperial Valley News [May 17]

Citizen Naturalists Invited on Exploration “Blitz” 
Jessi Lorech, Herald Net [May 15]

Opinion: Transforming Communities with Floating Lanterns
Bob Shimabukuro, International Examiner [May 11]

Sounds by the Sound Season 3, Episode 2
Visit Seattle, [May 9]

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Commemorate Important Contribution to Asian Pacific American History (in Chinese)
Wtoutiao [May 3]

Reporting in Seattle: The City of Grunge and Microsoft Tells Its Museum (in French)
Magali Lesauvage, Exponaute [Feb 17]

Last Chance to Catch CONSTRUCTS, Installations by Asian Pacific American Women Artists, at the Wing Luke Museum
Justine Chan, International Examiner [April 9]

Seattle to Begin New Homeless Trash Clean- Up (video)
King5 News [March 30]

Museum Day 2016: Asian Pacific American Museums Edition
Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center [March 11]

Announcement: Seeds of Change, Roots of Power —Exhibit highlights Danny Woo Garden
International Examiner [March 3]

The Best Art Shows in Seattle This Spring
Jen Graves, The Stranger [March 2]

NEA head Jane Chu lauds arts curriculum for language-learners
Ruth Bayang, Northwest Asian Weekly [Feb 26]

Being The Model Minority
Hallie Fuchs, Odyssey [Feb 21]

Seattle's Best Food Tours
Stacy Booth, Where Traveler [Feb 19]

North America’s 10 Oldest Chinatowns
Lilit Marcus, Mental Floss [Feb 8]

Mayoral Proclamation, Flag Raising Atop the Space Needle Commemorate Seattle Museum Month; Hotel Guests Receive 50 Percent Off Admission at 41 Museums
AP [Feb 1]

Tsinghua University Professor Tan Speaks of his University of Washington impressions - What is different about the United States' law schools? (in Chinese)
360doc [Jan 21]

Seattle Museum Month targets downtown hotel guests
eTN Global Travel Industry News [Jan 15]

Shedding skin at the Wing Luke
Northwest Asian Weekly [Jan 3]


Oregon, Washington may have more national parks than you think
Terry Richard, The Oregonian [Dec 31]

Hal Amen, Matador [Dec 21]

Asian-Pacific-American women artists featured at Wing Luke Museum
Sibyl James, AXS [Dec 16]

NEH chairman visits the Wing Luke
Northwest Asian Weekly [Dec 14]

SUBJECT: City of Seattle awards $464,000 in matching funds for neighborhood projects
City of Seattle [Nov 23]

Noodle Tasting in the International District
Jay Friedman, Seattle Weekly News [Nov 10]

YouthCAN: Teens gather for free creative workshops
Brie Ripley, International Examiner [Nov 9]

Recommended 16 spots absolutely not to be missed in Seattle (in Japanese)
Get News [Nov 6]

Visit landmarks, get your caffeine and pizza fix, and drop off your mail — 10 things outsiders don’t know about the Chinatown/International District
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [Oct 30]

Three-minute guide to Seattle, Washington
Stuff [Oct 27]

Celebrating a new Generation of Immigrants on 50th Anniversary of Immigration and Naturalization Act
Parvan Vangipuram, One America [Oct 2]

Exhibition - Constructs
American Towns [Sept 30]

Latest Wing Luke honor — AG establishes new civil rights unit
Northwest Asian Weekly [Sept 24]

Attorney General’s Office creates new civil rights unit
Associated Press, Herald Net [Sept 19]

New civil rights unit formed in AG’s office
Joseph O'Sullivan, Seattle Times [Sept 18]

New Civil Rights Investigative Unit Named After Wing Luke
Ruby De Luna, KUOW [Sept 18]

Announcement: Wing Luke is Seattle host for WikiAPA Art
International Examiner [Sept 17]

‘Fighting for America: Nisei Soldiers’—Graphic novel preserves stories for future audiences
Ken Mochizuki, International Examiner [Sept 11]

Eat, Shop & Play in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District
Natalia Dotto, Red Tricycle [Sept 10]

Chinatown JamFest 2015
Northwest Asian Weekly [Aug 31]

Explore These West Coast Asian-American Heritage Sites
Katherine Flynn, National Trust for Historic Preservation [Aug 13]

Ferguson speaks; honoring Wing Luke
Northwest Asian Weekly [Aug 10]

How do we describe a hero? — Remembering Donnie Chin
Northwest Asian Weekly [July 30]

How do we honor Donnie Chin?
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [July 30]

CONSTRUCTS at the Wing Luke Museum
Sarah Margolis-Pineo, Daily Serving [July 21]

Finding Korean American history in the Pacific Northwest
Matthew Benuska, International Examiner [July 10]

Former King County Superior Court Judge Warren Chan Dies
Sara Jean Green, The Seattle Times [June 26]

Doors Open
Brett Hamil, CityArts [June 23]

The Art by Kaili Chun is All Locked Up at the Wing Luke Museum
Jen Graves, The Stranger [June 12]

CONSTRUCTS: Recommended
Jen Graves, The Stranger [June 1]

In the Gallery: Life and Art Merge for Women of Wing Luke's CONSTRUCTS
Ma'Chell Duma La Vasser, STACKEDD [May 19]

The 20 Best Things to do in Seattle
Jonathan Thompson, Time Out [May 15]

10 Best Things to do in Seattle, According to Four Color Zack
Infinite Legroom [May 13]

10 Nonprofits Dedicated to Promoting Arts & Culture in Greater Seattle
The Seattle Foundation [April 21]

Exploring Seattle's Chinatown with Mark Pahlow, Owner of Archie McPhee
Stacy Booth, Where Traveler [April 15]

What is The Wing's Fundraising Formula for Success?
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [April 9]

Civic Partner Highlight: The Wing
Art Beat, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture [April 2]

Announcement: "'Words, Music, and Kimchi Celebrate Seattle's Korean American Community on April 2
International Examiner [April 2]

Editor's Choice - Great Museums for Your US Trip - Part 2
millwardesque, Travelpod [Mar 20]

Herb: A Bridge for All - Two Seattle Giants Honored: Mr. Downtown Admiral Herb Bridge and Wing Luke
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [Mar 20]

Wing Luke's 90th Birthday - Celebration Reveals Fascinating History
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [Mar 19]

Announcement: First Days Story Project and StoryCorps to Collect Stories of Vietnamese American Refugees
International Examiner [Feb 25]

Lions and Lettuce at The Wing - Lunar New Year Celebration Kicks Off at Wing Luke Museum
Shane McMahon, Northwest Asian Weekly [Feb 19]

Comedy Goddess Dame Edna and More on Art Zone
Art Zone with Nancy Guppy (video), Seattle Channel [Feb 6]

"The Five Essentials: Arts and the Movement for Social Justice" - Keynote Speech by Ron Chew at National Guild for Community Arts Education Conference
Ron Chew, Northwest Asian Weekly [Feb 6]

Wing Luke Chronicles Immigration Narrative Through Art
Kyle Jensen, International Examiner [Feb 3]

Unwanted by TAM, the Young Family's Chinese Textiles Find a New Home at The Wing
Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune [Jan 27]

Reclaiming Qing Dynasty Textiles Spotlighted at The Wing
Shin Yu Pai, International Examiner [Jan 20]

Qing Dynasty Robes Find New Home at Wing Luke
Irene Lu, Northwest Asian Weekly [Jan 16]


International Examiner, [Dec 26]

Detainees Memorialized at Old INS Building
Ana Sofia Knauf, The Seattle Globalist [Dec 12]

36 Hours in Seattle
Fritzie Andrade, Max Cantor, Chris Carmichael, Sarah Brady Voll, and Aaron Wolfe, The New York Times [Nov 23]

PSBJ Honors Women of Influence at Lively Gala
Becky Monk, Puget Sound Business Journal [Nov 19]

API Youths Find Voices Through Art and Community
Travis Quezon, The Seattle Globalist [Oct 11]

10 Things to Do in Seattle
Kristin Jackson, The Seattle Times [Aug 20]

Izumi Hansen, The Seattle Globalist [May 16]

Annie Fanning, ParentMap [May 14]

New Day Producers, KING5 News [May 13]

Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times [May 9]

Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times [April 11]

Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [April 3]

Jen Graves, The Stranger [March 5]

By: Jen Graves, The Stranger [February 26]

Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune [January 27]

By Roberta Romero, KING5 [January 25]

By Andrea Brown, The Herald [January 25]

By Sharon Chang, Multiracial Asian Families [January 12]

By Taylor Goldblatt, US City Traveler [January 11]

By Andrea Kim Taylor, WestMuse Blog [January 2]


By Jessica David, City Living Seattle [September 19]

By Brad Nehring, Pacsafe [September 21]

By Minh Nguyen, International Examiner [September 4]

By E. Ashley Steel and Bill Richards, Parent Map [August 29]

By Robert Ayers, The Seattle Times [August 19]

By Paulina Phelps, The Seattle Globalist [August 8]

By Matt Matsuda, City Arts [August 1]

By LeiLani Nishime, The Seattle Globalist [August 1]

Community Spotlight: Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Amerasia Journal [July]

By Maggie Thorpe, The Seattle Globalist [June 24]

By Susan Platt, Art and Politics Now [June 13]

Telling the story of urbanization
By Elizabeth Byrd Wood, Forum Journal [Summer]

Exhibit aims to dispel myths, preserve Filipino heritage
By Albert Lacao Jr., City Living Seattle [May 30]

By Shin Yu Pai, Northwest Asian Weekly [May 30]

By Danielle Palmer-Friedman, UW Daily [May 12]

By Kristin Jackson, The Seattle Times [May 10]

By Robert Celaschi, Puget Sound Business Journal [May 3]

By Chelsea Hawkins, KoreAm [March]

By Allie Ferguson, KUOW [February 11]

KING5 News, [February 10]

By Kelly Koopmans, KOMO News [February 10]

By Jack Broom, The Seattle Times [February 10]

Q13 Fox [February 10]

By Jack Broom, The Seattle Times [February 6]

By Wenda Reed, Seattle's Child [February 5]

By Shannon Chavez, [February 4]

By Elizabeth Wang, Northwest Asian Weekly [January 24]

By Lillian Young, Seattle Chinese Times [January 23]

By Judy Vue, The Seattle Globalist [January 14]


Wing Luke exhibit focuses on hidden Asian poverty

By Rosette Royale, Real Change [December 26]



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