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Seattle assisted living center that celebrates Chinese culture opens

February 8, 2018
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Aegis Living, a leader in assisted living and memory care, announces the grand opening of Aegis Gardens, a distinctive senior living community open to all who enjoy celebrating Chinese culture.  The public is invited to the grand opening event Saturday, Feb. 10, in Newcastle, Washington, according to a release on PR Newswire.

The Lake Boren 7.5-acre waterfront community is built with inspiration from Shanghai, melded with beautiful Pacific Northwest architecture. The community nurtures residents celebrating Chinese and Asian culture through authentic cuisine, favorite traditional activities, exquisite décor and multilingual staff.

Aegis Gardens blends Eastern and Western approaches to health and wellness that nurture the mind, body and spirit. Residents enjoy regional cuisine, which includes a made-to-order noodle bar, savory dim sum and roasted duck from an authentic duck oven, all while taking in the beautiful view. During the day, residents can take in a game of Mahjong, write a poem in calligraphy or stretch out in tai chi classes that are open to the public.

"Nearly 10 years ago we had a vision for a community that would care for seniors and act as a Northwest epicenter for sharing Chinese heritage and culture," said Aegis Living CEO and Founder Dwayne Clark. "Aegis Gardens in Newcastlehas surpassed our highest expectations for a community that honors Chinese-Americans and all who celebrate Asian cultures. We're thrilled to build upon nearly 20 years of success with Aegis Gardens in California and open our doors to seniors and the public throughout the Pacific Northwest."

Read the full story at PR Newswire.