International District

Lion dancers help celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year in Seattle’s International District in 2011. (Photo by Joe Mabel)

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The Year of the Sheep is coming! Where to catch the Lunar New Year action around the Seattle area.

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What holidays have we missed in our Christmas monopoly?

In line at a citizenship swearing in ceremony in Tacoma. Immigrants and new citizens are disproportionately targeted by criminals and scammers, advocates say. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)

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People in the Seattle area’s international community are frequently the targets of crime — everything from break-ins to fraud to human trafficking.

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One of the three men convicted in the Wah Mee Massacre — the deadliest mass murder in Seattle history— was deported to Hong Kong Tuesday. Wai-Chiu "Tony" Ng was 24...

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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JN-eJfWx2s] Art Oki, mastermind of Umai-Do Japanese sweet shop, brings the nostalgic taste of manju home for the holiday season. As many Americans re-visit the mainstream...

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How can a Seattle neighborhood overcome a reputation for crime? Throw a massive street party at night. The Chinese Moon Festival is traditionally celebrated at...

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Seattle’s International District lost an influential man last month. Wai Chow Eng created a family legacy of delicious Chinese barbecue cuisine and touched the...

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Remember a couple years ago when GQ named Seattle one of the worst-dressed cities in the United States? Well clearly, they weren't looking in the...

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As I sat clicking dispiritedly through take-out menus in search of lunch, Chi Sun Lu walked by my desk on her way outside for...

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The Seattle City Council and King County Council approved a deal Monday to build a new basketball and hockey arena south of Safeco Field. But...

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In 1942, in a fervor of wartime paranoia, President Roosevelt ordered Japanese-Americans into internment camps for the duration of WWII. The internment had an especially large...