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Several performers hold up a lion and dragon in front of the Wing Luke Museum
Lunar New Year Becomes a Recognized Holiday in Washington State
An Asian woman wearing a sweater and glasses sits at a table with food items in front of her and her hand hovering over her smartphone laying on the table
Linh Thủy Nguyễn's Displacing Kinship: The Intimacies of Intergenerational Trauma in Vietnamese American Cultural Production
Several performers hold up a lion and dragon in front of the Wing Luke Museum
Lunar New Year Celebrations and the Push to Make it a Washington State Holiday
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell pulls a string to reveal the new Year of the Dragon Forever stamp at the International District Community Center. There are five individuals standing stage right and three standing stage left. An enlarged image of the Year of the Dragon stamp center stage.
U.S. Postal Service unveils new Year of the Dragon Stamp
Centered on a stamp is a face of a dragon colored light gold, with twelve jagged white teeth, an orange nose, red eyes, tri-color horns with pink at the tip, light green in the middle, and red at the base. The stamp reads, "Lunar New Year USA" with a strikethrough the word "Forever". The year 2024 is noted at the bottom-right corner of the stamp.
Lunar New Year with Year of the Dragon Stamp
Tina Le, left, and Cooper Nguyen, right, take turns moving with the lion head at a Little Saigon grocery warehouse rented by the Mak Fai Kung Fu Dragon & Lion Dance Association in December
Asian Americans in Seattle use Lunar New Year Traditions as connection to Heritage, Family
Peter Bancho Photo
The Significance of Filipino Storytelling and The Pacific Northwest
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Prof. Connie So and the Lunchbox Moment!
Pasifika Heritage Month 2021
AES Co-Sponsors of the Pasifika Heritage Month!
Prof. Bonus comments on “Why it’s complicated to group Asians and Pacific Islanders.”
positions: asia critique, Volume 29, Issue 1
Prof. Rick Bonus has just published an essay in the journal, positions: asia critique, “Navigating the Ocean in the School: Pacific Islanders in the Midst of Empire, Schooling, and Indigeneity.”
Minor in Oceania and Pacific Islander Studies
Minor in Oceania and Pacific Islander Studies
LIASE Southeast Asia Symposium
Prof. Bonus gives keynote talk for the Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment Southeast Asia Symposium at the University of Puget Sound.
Prof. Linh Nguyễn co-winner of a $1 million grant for Southeast Asian research and community engagement
Opinion: Black Life Disrupted
Nancy Mendoza-Ruiz
Nancy Mendoza-Ruiz named a 2020-2021 Native American Scholars Initiative (NASI) Undergraduate Summer Intern at the American Philosophical Society
Ocean in the School
Rick Bonus documents Pacific Islander students building community against odds at the UW in book
Prof. Rick Bonus interviewed in NO ALIBIS about his new book