“A Night at The Forbidden City” draws on legacy of Asian American cabaret
by Kamna Shastri
The show includes dancers, magicians, burlesque and more, in homage to the supper club entertainment prevalent in Chinatowns in the 1940s and 1950s.
Jun 20, 2018
News & Politics
Inslee announces $1.2M immigration legal grant, as Trump signs reversal on family separationby Venice BuhainJun 21, 2018
The announcement came as Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday that stops the practice of separating families who enter the country without documentation as parents await asylum or immigration proceedings.
“Tides of Change” brings Afro-Brazilian spirituality to Fremont Solstice Paradeby Niva AshkenaziJun 14, 2018
Arts & Culture
Writing without expectation: Author Kim Fu on the joys and labors of her craftby Andrew HamlinJun 12, 2018
Author Kim Fu about her influences, upbringing, and the joys and labors of writing.
Race & Ethnicity
A family faces racism at a memorial: “Hey. This is America.”by James HongMay 31, 2018
James Hong says his family won't be intimidated by a racist encounter at a 9/11 memorial.
Sophorn Sim of ECOSS equips multicultural communities with environmentally friendly ways to liveby Puget Sound Future-MakersMay 23, 2018
By Kamna Sashtri for Puget Sound Future-Makers Sophorn Sim grew up catching fish, snails, and crabs in her backyard in Cambodia. There was no need to go to the market for seafood when a fresh catch was a stone’s throw away. When war broke out in the country, Sim saw the world change before her […]
Immigration activists form human chain at Seattle ICE officesby Naomi IshisakaJun 5, 2018
The protest called for an end to local agencies' cooperation with immigration enforcement, and protesters formed a human chain in front of Seattle's federal immigration offices.