“Ting” in the news: Lincoln HS Students travel to Fuzhou | King 5 News
Fuzhou built the pavilion for the Tacoma Reconciliation Park along the waterfront, honoring Chinese immigrants who were kicked out of Tacoma in 1885.
Washington State University’s Multicultural Center Plans Revealed | The Daily Evergreen
Alex Rolluda of Rolluda Architects said the process of coming up with the critical design elements started when he met with the steering committee to look at the cultural center at Oregon State University. Rolluda said they met with a lot of staff and students to find out what the center should offer.
One of the things Rolluda said they focused on was creating a space for the different cultures to have their own space while being open to others, which was a big reason for the living room in the middle of the cultural center.
“The main purpose is you don’t lock yourself in the office and you go out and share with other cultures,” Rolluda said.
RAI New Hires of 2016 | Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
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