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Featured Book: October 19

Shu Wei’s Revenge

In his role as Town Scribe in 1898, seventeen-year-old Shu Wei is part of an incident which causes his family to emigrate from their village in China to San Francisco’s Chinatown. 292 more words


Washington State stories and recommendations | travel

It’s getting colder nowadays. The sun sets earlier and the morning darkness creates the perfectly imperfect atmosphere to stay in bed. But we can’t and life goes on to another day of being (or an attempt at being) a productive human being. 1,080 more words


It is so loud here.

The downside of living in a city? Traffic.

You’d think that living 35 floors up you would become immune to it – especially having spent most of my life living next to a busy road. 181 more words


Auntea No​!

What I have learned in life is never to judge a book by it’s cover until you have at least read a few chapters to form a semi-authentic opinion and that’s something that I apply to when I try new restaurants and cafes without fully jumping the gun and missing out on an unknown gem. 330 more words


Starbucks Chinatown Chalk Art

I had the privilege of joining the Deputy Mayor Of Chicago, Chinatown Alderman, Starbucks Staff and Executives, the Jaslin Hotel and the wonderful community around West Cermak for the Grand Opening of the #starbuckschinatown yesterday. 54 more words


Green Chinatown Montreal looking for new home to plant roots

Green Chinatown Montreal is searching for a new home for its community garden.

It’s located in front of the Montreal Chinese Hospital, where there are now plans to build an outdoor gazebo on the courtyard. 270 more words


You have 24 hours in the district: Here are the 5 things you must do

Sometimes when visiting a new city, time is limited. Picking and choosing activities to do is time consuming and frustrating, especially in group. Here is a short list of places you must see when in DC, to make your trip shockingly easy. 355 more words