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Get a kick out of Bruce Lee's Chinatown tour in Seattle
Crystal Paul, Reading Eagle [Sept 7]

'Bruce Lee's Chinatown' tour offers a personal look at Lee, beyond martial-arts stardom
Crystal Paul, Seattle Times [August 24]

Wing Luke exhibit re-tells past with forward thinking
Jason Cruz, Northwest Asian Weekly [July 27]

Preserving History: Chieko Phillips on 'Lore Re-Imagined'
Amanda Manitach, CityArts Magazine [July 26]

Community Vigil Brings Donnie Chin's Memory Alive Three Years Later
Chetanya Robinson, International Examiner [July 24]

This Washington State Ballot Measure Fights for Both Jobs and Climate Justice
Sasha Abramsky, The Nation [July 20]

The Best of Chinatown ID -- Wing Luke Museum
Northwest Asian Weekly [July 12]

Vishavjit Singh is Sikh Captain America
Lisa Edge, Street Roots [June 29]

Lore Re-Imagined at the Wing Luke Museum
Susan Kunimatsu, International Examiner [June 20]

Sikh Captain America Fights Intolerance with Exhibit Wham! Bam! Pow!
Pinky Gupta, International Examiner [June 6]

Cartoonist Vishavjit Singh throws a mighty shield at hate as a Sikh Captain America
Lisa Edge, Real Change News [May 30]

Come out June 7 for the release of Walk Talk Y'all
The Seattle Review of Books [May 29]

Meet Wing Luke's People Connector, Christina Shimizu
James Ross Gardner, Seattle Met [May 22]

To Share Our Stories Is to Share Our History
Rhea Suh, NRDC Expert Blog [May 22]

CityStream: Honoring Wing Luke Museum [May 17]

Sikh Captain America fights intolerance and bigotry
Naomi Ishisaka, The Seattle Times [May 15]

Seattle beyond the Space Needle: Pick an itinerary and explore this summer
Crystal Paul, The Seattle Times [May 12]

Throwback Thursday: Art Talk with Roger Shimomura
PressReleasePoint [May 10]

An 'accidental cartoonist' fights racism, hate
Hallie Golden, [May 9]

Sikh Captain America's cartoons at Seattle's Wing Luke Museum [May 7]

SAAFF Shows Encore Screenings of Audience and Jury Favorites from 2018
International Examiner [May 4]

The Panama Hotel is both a working hotel and a living museum
Meg Huygen, Curbed Seattle [April 30]

Wing Luke Announces New Exhibit Wham! Bam! Pow! Cartoons, Turbans & Confronting Hate
International Examiner [April 30]

Get ready to celebrate MayWorks 2018!
David Groves, The Stand [April 27]

Seattle's Wing Luke Museum to screen civil rights documentary
Taylor McAvoy, King5 [April 19]

The art of storytelling to find out who we are
Theresa Bakker, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner [April 1]

Woodland Park Zoo Joins The Seattle Public Library's Museum Pass Program [March 31]

When Bruce Lee was an unknown, everyday guy  
Ruby de Luna, Kuow [March 16]

Seattle's Must-See Exhibits This 2018 Season
Samantha Ladwig, The Culture Trip [March 15]

Japanese American Remembrance Trail Map shares history of JA Community in Seattle International Examiner [March 15] 
Announcement: Contact your Representatives in Congress to preserve funding for Japanese American Incarceration History 
International Examiner [March 14]   

'Sikh Captain America' will be visiting four Highline Public Schools this week 
Scott Schaefer, The Seatac Blog [March 5] 
History of Japanese-American detention comes to life in new story of ordinary object
Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [March 4] 
Lessons of the internment camps 
Tom Ikeda, The Seattle Times [February 15] 
'The Journal of Ben Uchida: Citizen 13559:' A Moving Story 
Gemma Alexander, ParentMap [February 14] 
The Bellevue Collection to honor Lunar New Year with music, dance and art 
Bellevue Reporter [February 9] 
Comedian W. Kamau Bell draw inspiration from Bruce Lee in Seattle 
Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [February 8] 
Nationally recognized leader will speak at Third Place Commons Annual Community Breakfast 
Shoreline Area News [February 6] 
Seattle Asian American Film Festival represents in Capitol Hill 
Michelle MacKinnon, Capitol Hill Times [February 4] 
Lucky You: Insider's Guide to Lunar New Year Festivals Around Seattle 
Jiaying Grygiel, ParentMap [February 1] 

Where to Explore Seattle's Cultural Connections 
Lara Hale, WhereTraveler [January 24] 

Tenement Museum projects tell stories of immigrants 
Billy Anania, [January 4]



Vince Schleitwiler, International Examiner [December 22]

The Seattle Times [December 18]

Chetanya Robinson, International Examiner [November 29]

Philanthropy News Digest [November 29]

Vince Schleitwiler, International Examiner [November 7]

Meg Van Huygen, Curbed Seattle [October 31]

Jacklyn Grambush, The Culture Trip [October 12]

The Stranger [October 9]

Susan Kunimatsu, International Examiner [October 5]

Mayumi Tsutakawa, International Examiner [September 15]

Mary Ann Gwinn, [September 11]

Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times [September 7]

CityArts [September 5]

Jerry Large, The Seattle Times [August 23]

International Examiner, International Examiner [August 23]

Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 22]

Public Now, Public Now [August 21]

Alan Berner, The Seattle Times [August 21]

Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 15]

Knute Berger, Crosscut [August 13]

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]

Alan Chong Lau, International Examiner [August 2]

Aya Bisbee, International Examiner [August 2]

Beth Brunton, Real Change [August 1]

Lisa Edge, Real Change [August 1]

News Desk, BroadwayWorldly [August 1]

International Examiner, International Examiner [July 26]

The Wing Luke Museum, The Seattle Times [July 26]

Chizu Omori, International Examiner [July 24]

International Examiner, International Examiner [July 24]

Brendan Kiley, The Seattle Times [July 19]

Ryan Yamamoto, KOMO News [July 19]

Carpe Diem, Carpe Diem [July 19]

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

AmericaTowns [July 13]

Knute Berger, Seattle Magazine [July 12]

ArtsDaily [July 12]

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

International Examiner, International Examiner [July 10]

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

Mary Ann Gwinn, The Seattle Times [July 5]

Kareem Gantt, AXS [July 2]

Nichi Bey Weekly, Nichi Bey Weekly [June 21]

Greg Hill, NewsMiner [June 20]

Public Now, Public Now [June 19]

Thay Cheam, International Examiner [May 18]




What Is Lead Pencil Studio Doing in the Basement of the Wing Luke Museum? An Interview with Installation Artists Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo
Jen Graves, The Stranger [March 5]

Echoes and Loss: The Visceral Vibrations of Two New Exhibits
Jen Graves, The Stranger [February 26]

Jen Graves, The Stranger [February 19]

Tacoma Art Museum gives Chinese robes to the Chinese Reconciliation Project under care of the Wing Luke Museum
Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune [January 27]

Lunar New Year Celebration in Seattle’s International District
Roberta Romero, [January 25]

Celebrate Chinese New Year in Seattle
Andrea Brown, The Herald [January 25]

Short Stack: Maslenitsa blini and Japanese okonomiyaki
Leslie Seaton, Fresh-Picked Seattle [January 24]

Seattle Times [January 23]

Fun Japanese Cooking Class Plus BONUS Uwajimaya Grocery Trip
Michele Costanza, Seattle PI [January 19]

Japanese Pancake Lunch + Tour with Shirley Karasawa of Lovely Lanvin
Myra Kohn, Seattle Bon Vivant [January 15]

2 Hapa Parents and 19 Hapa artists: Our Visit to War Baby / Love Child at the Wing Luke
Sharon Chang, Multiracial Asian Families Blog [January 12]

11 Best Places to See Art in Seattle
Taylor Goldblatt, US City Traveler [January 11]

Reflections on Leading Tours About Race
Andrea Kim Taylor, WestMuse Blog [January 2]


A Chilling Audio Tour of Our Past
Sarah Stuteville, The Seattle Times [December 6]

'Thirty-nine Questions for White People' artist Naima Lowe: 'Who gets to be white hasn't always been the same'
Prachi Gupta, Salon [December 5]

Roldy Ablao, Mixed Nation [December 3]

Museum Exchange: Incorporating Community Voices
Laura Lantz, Seattle's Emerging Museum Professionals Blog [December 2]

Say Cheese! 14 Photo-worthy Santas Worth the Wait
Erin Cranston, Red Tricycle [November 28]

Commentary: Add a touch of history and heritage to Thanksgiving
Curtis S. Chin, Northwest Asian Weekly [November 23]

Artist Creates Book of Thirty-Nine Questions for White People
Jamilah King, Colorlines [November 13]

Mixing Racial Messages
Ryan Wong, Hyperallergic [October 30]

More museums, from masters of the sky to gold diggers
Madeline McKenzie, The Seattle Times [October 26]

Seattle's Pacific Science Center and Wing Luke Museum talk about race in science and art
Rosemary Ponnekanti, Tacoma News Tribune [October 15]

Exporing Asian Sweets in the ID
Jay Friedman, Seattle Weekly [October 9]

Can't Have One Without the Other: Two Seattle exhibits about race
Sharon Chang, ParentMap [October 9]

Teenage wasteland: Museums and adolescent identity formation
Dylan High, Incluseum [October 2]

Your defensiveness is our command: Talking about race in Seattle
Jenn Graves, The Stranger [October 1]

8 Underrated Museums of the Pacific Northwest
Brad Nehring, Pacsafe [Septmeber 21]

War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art
Grace Hwang Lynch, Mixed Nation [September 19]

Behind the Curtain: Race is common theme in local exhibits
Jessica Davis, City Living Seattle [September 19]

Arts Etc.
Alan Lau, International Examiner [September 19]

Mixed Race is not less, but more race: 'War Baby/Love Child' exhibit offers an enriched perspective on mixed-race Asian Americans
Minh Nguyen, International Examiner [September 4]

Globetrotting the Northwest: 8 Fall Cross-Cultural Excursions
E. Ashley Steel and Bill Richards, ParentMap [September]

Art at Wing Luke Museum explores mixed-race heritage
Robert Ayers, The Seattle Times [August 19]

War Baby/Love Child: Q&A with curator Laura Kina
Paulina Phelps, The Seattle Globalist [August 8]

Is George Zimmerman white, Latino or mixed race? Depends on who you ask.
LeiLani Nishime, The Seattle Globalist [August 1]

Under My Skin: The Wing Luke Considers Race in America
Matt Matsuda, City Arts Blog [August 1]

Seattle museum's commitment to the community: 'We are all in'
The Kresge Foundation Blog [July 31]

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

You don’t have to be mixed-race to have a mixed identity
Maggie Thorpe, The Seattle Globalist [June 24]

Homage to a Bitter Heritage: The real story of early Chinese immigrants' harrowing lives
Ron Judd, The Seattle Times [June 23]

Business of Art Featured Organization: Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
James Ciano, New York Foundation for the Arts [June 12]

Under My Skin Artists Explore Race in the 21st Century
Susan Platt, Art and Politics Now [June]

Under My Skin places viewers face to face with complex issue of race
Shin Yu Pai, Northwest Asian Weekly [May 30]

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

'Under My Skin,' the Wing Luke
Danielle Palmer-Friedman, UW Daily [May 12]

Seattle's Top 10 Attractions
Kristin Jackson, The Seattle Times [May 10]

Doing Something Right
Robert Celaschi, Puget Sound Business Journal [May 3]

Sights Seeing: Experiencing Seattle's New Attractions
Michele Andrus Dill and Jennifer Worick, Alaska Airlines Magazine [May]

A Place in Forever: The historic Wing Luke Museum in Seattle gains federal recognition from the Department of the Interior
Chelsea Hawkins, KoreAm [March]

Park Service partners with museum in Seattle to tell Asian-American story
The Bellingham Herald [February 17]

Passing the torch
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [February 15]

Rhea Suh, a product of the American Dream
Assunta Ng, Northwest Asian Weekly [February 15]

Year of the Snake: Celebrating Chinese New Year
A Bullseye View [February 11]

Wing Luke Museum Receives Federal Recognition
Allie Ferguson, KUOW [February 11]

U.S. Interior Secretary announces new cultural study at Wing Luke Museum
Q13 Fox News [February 10]

Wing Luke now partner with park service
Jack Broom, The Seattle Times [February 10]

Seattle's Wing Luke museum now part of Nat'l Park Service
Kelly Koopmans, KOMO News [February 10]

Seattle's Wing Luke Museum now part of National Park Service [February 10]

Secretary Salazar to Unveil New Asian American Pacific Islander Initiative, Make Major Announcement about Wing Luke Museum in Seattle
U.S. Department of the Interior [February 7]

Federal recognition for Seattle's Wing Luke Museum
The Seattle Times [February 7]

National Parks to recognize Wing Luke Museum
Jack Broom, The Seattle Times [February 6]

It's Lunar New Year!
Wenda Reed, Seattle's Child [February 5]

New Years All Year Round
The Asian Reporter [February 4]

2013 Lunar New Year events in Seattle continue
Shannon Chavez, [February 4]

Bank of American Launches the 16th Season of Museums on Us
Market Watch [January 30]

Fashion Night at the Wing Showcases local designers
Elizabeth Wang, Northwest Asian Weekly [January 24]

Fashion Night at the Wing
Lillian Young, Seattle Chinese Times [January 23]

From workroom to runway, Wing Luke honors Asian influences on fashion
Judy Vue, The Seattle Globalist [January 14]


Wing Luke exhibit focuses on hidden Asian poverty
Rosette Royale, Real Change News [December 26]

George Nakashima exhibit unveils the grain of a true craftsman
Nancy Worssam, The Seattle Times [September 21]

Beyond the Book
Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune [September 21]

14 top entertainment picks for the week of Sept. 16-22, 2012
The Seattle Times [September 16]

George Nakashima: Soul of a Tree
Susan Kunimatsu, International Examiner [September 6]

Wing Luke's 'Fashion' exhibit features designers' garments -- and their stories
Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times [August 26]

Coalition calls for designation of Wing Luke Museum as historical site
Northwest Asian Weekly [May 21]

A sweet fortune: Chinatown-International District educates, enchants Seattle
Gwen Davis, City Living Seattle [April 25]

Wing Luke Museum receives grant to preserve stories of WWII veterans and internees
Northwest Asian Weekly [April 2]

Seattle Scholar Takes on Modern Mochi
Hanna Raskin, Seattle Weekly [January 30]

More Than Just Uwajimaya
Janelle Wetzstein, City Living Seattle [January 18]

The Atypical Wing Luke Museum shared immigrant community's history
Janelle Wetzstein, City Living Seattle [January 17]

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