Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) serves as an interactive cultural crossroads between local and international communities. APCC represents 47 countries and cultures, offering programs and services honoring their distinct artistry, business protocols, history, and social practices.
Established in 1974, the International Examiner (IE) is the oldest and largest nonprofit, pan-Asian Pacific American publication in the Northwest. Named after the historic and thriving multi-ethnic International District (ID) of Seattle, the IE aspires to be a credible catalyst for building an inspiring, connected, well-respected, and socially conscious Asian Pacific American (APA) community.
ABAW is Washington State's largest voluntary bar association of Asian attorneys. Formed in 1987 by a small group of Seattle area attorneys, ABAW now counts hundreds of member attorneys, judges, professors, and law students in a wide range of practice areas and locations in the state of Washington and throughout the country.
As a the voice for the Asian Pacific American legal profession in the State of Washington, ABAW promotes justice, equity and opportunity for Asian Pacific Americans. We serve as a resource for our members and foster professional development, legal scholarship, advocacy and community involvement..
Join ABAW or renew your membership by clicking here. Any individual who is duly admitted to practice law in the State of Washington or another state and who is in good standing, is eligible to join. Membership is always FREE for law students in good standing at any ABA-accredited law school.
Asian Pacific Directors Coalition (APDC) is a broad based membership which comprises of over 40 executive directors, board presidents and other high level administrators from primarily nonprofit and civil rights organization, government and education.
25 years of supporting survivors & strengthening communities
Following the inaugural APEC Leaders’ Meeting held in Seattle in 1993, 20 visionary American companies came together to establish a business organization based on a single compelling principle: the private sector should have a voice in APEC. In the 25 years since, NCAPEC has emerged as a leading advocate for free trade, open markets, and regional cooperation.
Explore what it means to survive and thrive in a new culture. Tour the very hotel where countless Asian Pacific immigrants first found a home, a meal and refuge in Seattle. Challenge your perspective on what it means to be, and become, American. Immerse yourself in contemporary Asian Pacific American issues through authentic stories, bold art and community driven exhibits. It's all at The Wing, America's only museum devoted to the Asian Pacific American Experience.
ACRS promotes social justice and the well-being and empowerment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities – including immigrants, refugees, and American-born.
Embracing the Hopes and Aspirations of Asian Pacific Americans
International Community Health Services (ICHS) is a nonprofit community health center that offers affordable health care services to anyone in need.
The Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Student Center is committed to provide holistic services and programs that assist Washington State University to retain, develop and assist AAPI students in achieving their highest education potential.
Working together to promote healthy Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities.