I used to write book and music reviews for Seattle’s International Examiner (the Northwest’s Pacific Asian bi-weekly) during the mid-1990s. Back then they didn’t even have a real website. Every other month or so, I’d receive a little note and a small painting on paper from Alan Chong Lau, arts editor, grocer, artist, and poet. Gee, I kind of miss those days! Today I thought I’d check them out; now they are fully wired up!
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