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Michael Ake

Michael Ake Interview.docx.pdf
Michael Ake shares his experience as a Korean American growing up in a military family and how the pandemic has affected his job as a police officer. He describes how the Black Lives Matter Movementaffected his own department and how he has hope for…

Erica Chung

Erica Chung Interview.docx.pdf
Erica Chung shares her experience as a business consultant going through the pandemic and how her Korean American heritage has affected her current life. She also discusses her family life during the pandemic and how COVID has changed her home.

Sung Kye Park

Sung Kye Park Interview.docx.pdf
Sung Kye Park shares his journey as a Korean-American through the pandemic in relation to his job with the DSHS (DDA) and how the pandemic affected his work and social life. Sung Kye Park has ties within his family that help him relate to his clients…

Nathan Vass

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Mixed race Korean American bus driver, writer, photographer/filmmaker talks about experiences as front-line transit worker during covid, concerns about catching virus, effect of pandemic on passengers, inequities deepened, treating everyone with…

Kalei'okalani (Rayann) Matsui

Kalei'okalani Matsui Interview.docx (1).pdf
Native Hawaiian Chinese African American works at Wing, teaches traditional NH dance. Talks about effect of pandemic on dance classes, adapting to online teaching, importance of breath and face to face contact in traditional NH culture

Tony Ngo

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College senior who grew up in Chinatown and came back during pandemic. Talks about love of neighborhood, effect of early pandemic on local businesses and social life, racial justice issues within APA community

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

Prenz Sa-Ngoun

Prenz Sa-Ngoun Interview.docx.pdf
Cambodian American, talks about Food Life Line org that provides food to food banks, supply issues in early days of pandemic, harships of food bank clients and Cambodian community, how his faith and experience as a Buddhist priest have shaped his…

David True

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Mixed race Japanese American doctor who serves patients in long-term care facilities, talks about being at Life Care in Kirkland right before the outbreak there, cons and pros of telemedicine, PPE shortages

Celina Hayashi Macadangdang

Celina Hayashi Macadangdang Interview.docx.pdf
Filipina American doctor at ICHS, talks about why she became a doctor (to serve the community), providing medical care during pandemic, and participating in rollerskating revival