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Sehyun Che

Sehyun Che Interview.docx.pdf
Sehyun Che is currently working in photography, video, and graphic design. Growing up in the greater Seattle area this discussion includes a look into a form of pandemic life for Sehyun and their family and their feelings toward overall Asian…

Monyee Chau

Monyee Chau Interview.docx.pdf
Taiwanese American artist and activist, talks about love for CID (she grew up there), fears and hardships during early days of pandemic, making artwork to support the neighborhood and BLM, race/identity issues among APA communities

Blake Nakatsu

Blake Nakatsu Interview.docx.pdf
Working and living in the Chinatown international district of Seattle, Blake Nakatsu, a Japanese American exhibit developer and YouthCAN manager at the Wing Luke Museum describes the impacts of COVID-19 on his life, society, and to the CID…

Stan Shikuma

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COVID-19 outbreak with discussion around the rise in anti-asian sentiment and racism that has occurred. Stan is a social activist, artist, and retired nurse who speaks on his knowledge on WWII-era similarities to the current climate we have been…

Sami Hilario

Sami Hilario Interview.docx.pdf
Filipina-American artist and employee of the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle’s Chinatown International District. In this interview, we talk about how her and her family have been influenced by the sudden prevalence of COVID-19, and how this pandemic…

Ming-Ming Edelman

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Refugee Artists Initiative -- mask-making (Ming-Ming describes here experience as a business going from selling potholders to one that sold masks nearly overnight as the pandemic quickly ensued.

Julie Ellington

Julie Ellington Interview.docx.pdf
This interview touches on the experience of preschool-owner Julie Ellington in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, business closures, and social distancing. Julie’s primarily Chinese preschool had to close due to health department recommendations.…

C. Paul and Bernadette Horiuchi

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Black and White photograph.
C. Paul and Bernadette Horiuchi on their wedding date, June 11, 1935. Paul and Bernadette were the first Japanese couple married at the Maryknoll Catholic Church.

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Linda Hobert regarding Kikuko Dewa

Hobert, Linda.pdf
Oral History Interview with Linda Hobert regarding Kikuko Dewa