3/27/2006 Seattle-- Today, ChinatownConnection.com launched it's Seattle Chinatown-International District Guide. What began as a Houston guide seven months ago has turned out to be a huge success. ChinatownConnection.com begins the expansion outside of Houston and Texas. "We see a huge market in Seattle," says CEO of ChinatownConnection.com Shaun Yeu. "They are a city rich in culture and attractions. They also have the largest Japanese population in the United States."

About Seattle: Seattle’s Chinatown - Seattle International District, a neighborhood nestled south of downtown, is the cultural hub of the Asian American community. It rose not far from the waterfront, on reclaimed tide flats. During a gigantic city regarding project, the Jackson Street Regrade, completed in 1910, this muddy wasteland was filled in with earth, buildings were erected and the Chinatown – International District was born.