Ron Chew's memorial 'My Unforgotten Seattle', remembering old Seattle.

Well-known Ron Chew - in the Puget Sound Region as the former editor of the International Examiner. It is a news outlet focusing on Northwest Asia Pacific American Communities. Ron's book, My Unforgotten Seattle, is a deeply personal memoir about the tight-knit Asian American community in the region. The book was published back in October.

The book talks about the streets and his everyday little struggles of life. He decided to write the book, and he came across the fragility of life with the death of his close friend.

The book holds a series of events where people were murdered, snatched, and killed. All these events make up the book, and there is no sign of awakening the law and the judiciary. The book also shows that the culprits were out there without any fear.

The book also has a fair description of climate change. Society and people have changed their attitude towards the environment.

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