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19 Books That Feature Asian American Heroes & Leads

These books range from historical fiction to graphic novels to bilingual picture books and even chapter books for kids that’ll appeal to readers of all ages and backgrounds.

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These 17 Chinese Food Recipes Are Better Than Takeout

These kid-approved recipes beat take-out any day of the week.

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Why “The Snowy Day” Might Be the Best Kid’s Book Ever

“I turned to literature to teach my son more about conflict resolution and dealing with his emotions. It wasn’t until I took a look around our bookshelf at home when I realized that our books were primarily animal characters or had Caucasian protagonists. Where was the color? Where was the diversity?”

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Dim Sum and Then Some: Best Places to Get Your Dumpling Fix

Go on an eating adventure and discover the best dim sum this city has to offer.

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Must-See Family Plays and Musicals in February

Make musical memories by scheduling a theater date with your wee ones! Read on to find the best bets in town.

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7 Unmissable Things to Do In January

The weather might be grey, but plenty of fun awaits around Portland for the whole family in January! Catch a game, check out a new festival, get a pet reptile, or peruse some art.

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Dial Up the Sitter. . .Date Night Is Here!

Take a time out from family time and check out these sitter-worthy activities for the 21 and over crowd.

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Monkeying Around: Chinese New Year Horoscopes for LA Kids

Monkey is both smart and naughty animal, which means we all need to stay on our toes this year! What’s in store for your LA babe? Check our Chinese Zodiac Horoscope predictions!

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Explore the Unexpected in Chinatown

If dim sum is all that comes to mind when you think of Chinatown, it’s time for a trip to explore this historic, tasty, tantalizing and dare-we-say hip neighborhood with the whole family.

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Pop In! Six Drop-In Classes to Try This Spring

If your kids will try anything once give a drop-in class a try. Drop-ins don’t usually require registration and never make you commit long term. Here are six to check out.

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The Inside Scoop on the 2013 Chinese New Year Parade

Get your shoulders prepped – a parade is coming to town, and chances are good that your little ones are gonna want a good seat for all the action. In San Francisco, the Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade is…

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February Hot List: Ski Week, Camps, Sales and Deals

Sweet Savings on Portrait Sessions with Nancy Rothstein Photography!

February is full of sweet treats as we celebrate Valentines Day, but here’s a deal that won’t give you cavities! Exclusively for Red Tricycle clients: 25% off all studio portrait sessions…

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Explore: Portland’s Chinatown

Step back into the Ming Dynasty era with your family and explore the treasures of Chinatown. Portland’s Chinatown isn’t large but it is dense with rich experiences and hidden wonders—like a Guardian Lion Protector or a koi pond—just waiting to…

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Hot List – Sales, Deals, Schools & Classes

The shopping season may be over, but now is the best time to find sweet deals on kids clothes, shoes, toys and gear – check out the awesoem sales below.  January is also a good time to think about school…

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Ultimate Organic Shower Gifts from Sprout

A Healthy Start  
2010 looks to be a New Year filled with lots of babies, so we’re willing to bet you’ll find yourself receiving a shower invitation or four. Whether you’re looking to all-out splurge for a best bud or…

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