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"Uncle Bob" Santos, 82, was a longtime Seattle activist who championed social justice and for the Chinatown International District.

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Mandarin is more common in bigger cities like Taipei and places like department stores, but Taiwanese is the sound of the night markets and bustling streets.

Alia Marsha (third from right) and her family celebrating Eid al-Fitr in Indonesia in 2011. "Every year, the younger siblings of the family would make visits to the older ones. Since my father is the youngest of 8 siblings, we would go to so many houses which was a curse because traffic but a blessing because food!" (Courtesy photo)

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How do say someone's so not funny, that they are worthy of charity laughter? No word for it in English, but Indonesian has an answer.

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According to Black Owned Media Broadcasting, Seattle police declined to say whether the attack was being investigated as a hate crime.

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The Iraqi Community Center organized a vigil at Westlake Park in Seattle Wednesday, in memory of the victims of the July 2 Baghdad bombing.

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Washington Hall launches its new community space with "Jazz Intoxication" immersive theater experience.

Hamda Yusuf. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

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Composting and the art of interacting with well-intentioned white people.

Vivian Vo-Farmer is an 18-year-old Asian American YouTube star based in Seattle whose channel has over one million subscribers. (Photo courtesy of Victoria Lemos )

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Young Asian American Youtube stars like Seattle's Vivian Vo-Farmer are shrinking traditional paths to fame and using their ethnicity as an asset.

A Syrian girl holds up a poster she drew “about how she recently helped someone using information or technology” during UW professor Karen Fisher’s workshop at Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan in January 2015. (Photo courtesy of Karen Fisher, University of Washington Information School)

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With everything refugee families lost fleeing Syria, a new tech solution may offer Syrian youth a way to connect their pasts with brighter futures.

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A young Muslim American breaks down how hostility towards her peers hurts everyone.

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Applications are officially open for our next youth journalism workshop series, which starts on February 23rd!

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The Seattle City Council unanimously passed a resolution acknowledging the intergenerational trauma caused by American Indian boarding schools.

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Humanities Washington's Think & Drink series has focused on bringing people together to talk about race over beers for the past two years.

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Dance traditions from Benin to Brazil to Korea all on the same stage? It all must be STG's yearly Global Party at the Moore.

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Six films to watch at the Seattle South Asian Film Festival explore complex issues of "#ComingHome" in the South Asian diaspora.

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A recent FBI intimidation on a young Globalist reporter underlines the importance of press freedoms and legal support for underrepresented young voices.

Cloud 9 in the Central District is one of 11 hookah lounges around the city that appear to be in violation of state laws that prohibit smoking in places of employment. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)

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A loud minority is demanding hookah lounges get a special exemption from anti-smoking laws. The city shouldn't cave to their pressure.

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The small town of Cuautla in Jalisco, Mexico cashes in on an American Dream fulfilled.

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South Seattle residents weigh pros and cons of the city's new "road diet" transportation plan for high-fatality Rainier Avenue.

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Climate change's toll seems insurmountable, but can findings from Washington state's wetlands contribute to China's flood prevention?

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Aug. 6 marks the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima's atomic bombings and one of the world's largest and oldest Japanese lantern ceremonies outside Japan.