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100 years ago in Liberty Lake: First Chinese resident in Spokane County drafted for World War I

Frank Den was the first Chinese man in Spokane County to be drafted into the army.

Chinese Lunar New Year feast begins with drums and dumplings

Four men in traditional yellow costumes bang large drums to announce the start of the New Year’s Eve banquet in Liuminying village. Inside the meeting hall, 100 tables are set …

Does China still harvest organs of executed? Doctors divided

A Canadian patient’s receipt of a kidney transplant after waiting just three days during a recent visit to China raised an immediate red flag among surgeons at the Montreal-based Transplantation …

Yellowstone hires Mandarin-speaking rangers

Yellowstone National Park is has hired three Mandarin-speaking rangers to help with communication amid a growing number of Chinese tourists.

Oregon Lottery debuts Latino, Chinese New Year games

The Oregon Lottery has long avoided advertising specifically to ethnic minorities, but the organization is beginning to change course.

Education Notebook: High schoolers win scholarships

Eight students from Spokane Public Schools have received full-tuition, full-need scholarships to Northwest colleges and universities through the Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative. More than 700 students applied and …

Odyssey stages student play

Eighth-graders in the Spokane Public Schools Odyssey Program had the opportunity to get out of the classroom and get up on the stage in their performance of “Beyond the Mountains,” …

Sister City festivities feature dumpling class

Like any good comfort food, the exact recipe for jiaozi depends on who you ask. “Different families have different taste buds,” says Sam Song, a member of the Jilin Sister …