Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
4Culture/King County Lodging Tax
Chin Music Press
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is a history museum in Seattle, Washington, United States, which focuses on the culture, art, and history of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. It is located in the city's Chinatown-International District. Established in 1967, the museum is a Smithsonian Institution affiliate and the only pan-Asian Pacific American community-based museum in the country. It has relocated twice since its founding, most recently to the East Kong Yick Building, 719 South King Street in Seattle, in 2008. In February, 2013, it was recognized as one of two-dozen, affiliated areas of the U.S. National Park Service.
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe is South King County’s second largest employer, supporting 3,300 direct jobs and providing hundreds of millions of dollars to the regional economy. The Tribe also supports environmental protection and enhancements, educational opportunity and social services with highly diversified investments and revenue streams.
Mission: With a focus on racial equity, we fund, support, and advocate for culture to enhance the quality of life in King County.
Vision: We envision a vibrant county where culture is essential and accessible to all.
Values: Culture is a right for all; Culture is multifaceted; Connectivity with communities; Responsiveness; Good Stewardship; Racial Equity.
Chin Music Press is a curiously bibliophilic indie publisher located deep in the recesses of Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market. For 15 years, we’ve been
creating beautiful, engaging, and affordable books on a wide range of quirky and eclectic topics.