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STACY NGUYEN: NW Asian Weekly Editor to NVN Editor

I’ve known Người Việt Tây Bắc for much longer than I have been in news. I grew up watching my parents bother restaurant employees, asking them for a copy of

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Mukilteo artist’s paintings traveling in exhibit, Thu Nguyen

In one of Thu Nguyen’s paintings, a woman is standing alone by a window. In another, that same woman is browsing real-estate ads; in another, she is playing with her

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Only the Best for His Father Trusting Thai Doctors to Treat His Father’s Heart Condition

Mr. Hai Phan is confident his 78-year old father, Luan Van, is in good hands – getting the attention he needs for a serious heart condition. Mr. Phan lives in

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Vietnamese discuss the Death with Dignity law in Washington

At one of the luncheons held twice a week for the Vietnamese Senior Association in Seattle, 75-year-old Marie Thu Le came up to me and said, “I heard you’re writing

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SU Vietnamese Student Association gathers instant noodles for Food Drive

Seattle University’s Vietnamese Student Association gets involved in the Tet in Seattle Community Holiday Food Drive 2010 by donating cases

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Two Vietnamese Americans win college business scholarships

On Dec. 2, the Business and Economic Development Center at the University of Washington-Foster School of Business held its annual

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Nguoi Viet Tay Bac’s managing editor finds her own InspirAsian

Three Novembers ago, I kneeled before the Chancellor of Cambridge University for my PhD in history. This November, I walked

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Table tennis: from old-country tradition to new club in Bellevue

Table tennis is a strong sport in Vietnam and China, and many immigrants have brought their love of the game

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I love South Seattle: Memoir of Growing Up in the Southend

In 1993, many Southeast Asians resided in apartment buildings along Rainier Avenue, a street which has been home to many

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Political campaigns undervalue importance of minority voters

SEATTLE—If every vote counts, why are political candidates doing so little to reach out to Washington state’s significant minority communities? Many ethnic media outlets in the state are asking this

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