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Ron Chew: My Unforgotten Seattle

Ron Chew is a local Journalist, Author and the Executive Director for International Community Health Services.  He reflects on decades of recording the stories of the people in Seattle’s Chinatown International District in his new book, My Unforgotten Seattle(more…)

Response to Anti-Asian Aggression

Earlier this month, anti-Asian stickers were posted throughout Seattle’s Chinatown International District. Seattle Police said the people posting them are likely associated with a white supremacist hate group. (more…)

COVID 19 Impacts on the Seattle Chinatown International District

As Governor Jay Inslee made the announcement to close all restaurants to in house dining, we turn our focus to Seattle’s Chinatown International District.  This neighborhood felt the impacts of the COVID 19 outbreak weeks before the mainstream public experienced the pinch.  What’s more, find out how small immigrant businesses in the International District suffer from the timing of the virus during Chinese New Year festivities.

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Rahul Gupta on Changes to the International District Neighborhood

The International District has seen a change as businesses respond to outside forces. KBCS’s sat down with Rahul Gupta, Education and Tours Director at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, to learn more about the neighborhood.

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Unmute the Commute: A Ferry Ride Between Two Worlds

On today’s Unmute the Commute, join us for a ferry ride between two worlds – the busy, bustling streets of Seattle’s Downtown, to the peaceful, idyllic farmlands of Kitsap County. Bob Fisher’s daily commute is over 2 hours each way to shuffle between both. Produced by Jennie Cecil-Moore.

Unmute the Commute is a weekly series highlighting commuter stories, supported in part by King County Metro’s Just One Trip.