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OCA Greater Seattle Highlights of Activities Golden Circle Awards: Some 225 persons attended our annual Golden Circle Awards, which took placed on February 8 at Joy Palace Restaurant. The Honorees were Bettie Luke, Donnie Chinn (International District Emergency Center), Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority, and Joyce Pisnanont. Angelo Salgado, one of our […]
On Thursday, December 18, members of OCA-Greater Seattle and other concerned people attended a meeting with Mayor Ed Murray and Seattle Police Department Chief Kathleen O’Toole at City Hall to discuss the concerns shared by many Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (APIA) regarding enforcement of hate crime arrests, the victimization of APIs and APIAs, the […]
OCA Greater Seattle is now seeking nominations for the 2015 Golden Circle Awards. The awards pays tribute and honors persons and organizations that have made a significant contribution to the betterment of the Chinese and/or other API Communities. The Awards dinner will be held next February. Please submit your nominations to email@example.com by December 1, […]
OCA-Greater Seattle is proud to announce our schedule for the 2014 Pre-Conquest Indigenous Cultures and the Aftermath (PICA) Conference, November 7,8, and 11, 2014. PICA is a collaborative celebration of the histories of local multiracial and multicultural groups. In 2013, PICA was created as a collaborative effort between a group of students, faculty and community […]
Hello parents of OCA – Greater Seattle, My name is Wells Ling, and I am currently a graduate student at St. Louis University in the developmental psychology program. As a member of an organization whose mission is to promote cultural heritage in the greater Seattle area, I’m writing you today to announce a very important […]
We would like to thank Sharon Pian Chan for her thoughtful editorial, “Yellowface in Your Face” (Seattle Times, 7/14/14) regarding the Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society’s production of The Mikado. We are, however, dismayed by the producers’ and bloggers’ insensitivity and unwillingness to understand why many Asian Americans may be offended by The Mikado. Instead, […]
OCA National News Doug Chin represented our chapter at the OCA National meeting in Houston in April. At the meeting, our chapter was able to pass a resolution regarding hepatitis B – which disproportionately affects Asians – mandating OCA National to “ask the Armed Forces Committees of both houses of the U.S. Congress to approve legislation requiring the […]