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The Seattle Chinese Post is a weekly Chinese-language newspaper based in Seattle, Washington's International District. It was founded on 1982 by Assunta Ng, also founder of the Northwest Asian Weekly. It is the oldest Chinese-language newspaper in the Pacific Northwest since 1927. It has a circulation of approximately 10,000.

The Seattle Chinese Post is the oldest Chinese-language newspaper in the Pacific Northwest since 1927. It has a circulation of approximately 10,000.
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The Seattle Chinese Post was founded by Assunta Ng. It was given its name in December 1981 by community members in the surrounding International District in an “open-naming” contest. Originally headquartered in the Bush Hotel in the International District, The Seattle Chinese Post’s first issue was published January 20, 1982. The first issue consisted primarily of advertisements because, at the time, Chinese characters had to be manually typed and typesetters used a bulky and noisy tool imported from Taiwan.

In September 1982, The Seattle Chinese Post expanded its English-language coverage from two articles an issue to a full four-page insert.  This insert grew and became The Seattle Chinese Post’s sister paper, Northwest Asian Weekly, which was officially launched on February 5, 1983.