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Eye on Asia - Shopping Habits: Customers from Mainland China, What Can I do for You?
Lifestyle
Written by Hailey Ao Zuyu   
Friday, 01 July 2011 12:30

Eye on AsiaHong Kong is one of the most famous shopping havens in the world. Every holiday, shops selling luxurious products and gold are bursting with groups of special Asian customers. Their countrified clothing and impolite behaviors now has become their strong economic strength. Data from the Wall Street Journal in 2008 has proved these customers’ amazing purchasing power. Who are these customers? Why, shoppers from mainland China.

 
What am I to Do if I cannot Afford to Hire my own Attorney? (2)
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Written by Lee & Lee, PS   
Friday, 01 July 2011 10:51

Lee & Lee PS Law Talk

Q: I have a college degree and am smart; do you still think it is a bad idea to represent myself in a criminal case? A: Generally, yes!  You will be expected to proceed as if you are a lawyer licensed in the State of Washington.  This means you will be held to the same standard as a lawyer – you will have to follow all of the rules and laws.  No matter how smart you are, you will find it extremely difficult to learn how to draft a compelling legal brief or effectively question witnesses.  You will also find it nearly impossible to present your legal arguments within the restrictions of the law.  As a result, there will be many sustained objections against you, frustrating the presentation of your defense.

 
Summer Festival Guide - July
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Written by Lillian Young   
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 16:35

Seattle Summer Festival GuideIt’s time to celebrate! We are recommending these summer (July) festivities for you and your beloved family. Let’s spread the words and get outside to enjoy the greatest season of all. Seattle International Beerfest, Family 4th at Lake Union, West Seattle Summer Fest, Chinatown-International District Dragon Fest, Ballard SeafoodFest, Chinatown Seafair Parade...

 
Effort of Urban Revitalization – King Street Station Jackson Plaza Opens to the Public
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Written by Lillian Young   
Monday, 27 June 2011 16:13

King Street Station Jackson PlazaThe new King Street Station Jackson Plaza came to life again with an opening ceremony marked by Mayor Mike McGinn on June 24.

The project is part of the restoration works for the King Street Station, funded in partnership with the Federal Transit Administration, Washington State Department of Transportation, the voter-approved Bridging the Gap Levy and the Washington State Historical Society’s Heritage Capital Projects Fund.

 
WA begins Selling Pass for State Parks Access
Lifestyle
Friday, 01 July 2011 10:35

Discover PassOLYMPIA, Wash., AP - Officials have started selling passes that will be required to access Washington state parks starting next month.

Agencies said Monday that the so-called Discovery Pass is now for sale online and at recreational license dealers. People must have the pass to access state park and recreation lands beginning in July. That includes access to 120 state parks along with boat launches, heritage sites, wildlife areas and trails.

 
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