What is Agrarianaa? An art show organized by Asian American Women Artists Association featuring art that showcases the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in Agriculture. I’m honored to be one of 24 artists, mostly Asian American women, who are part of this exhibit. My piece is pretty low-key… it’s called ‘Heart’s Delight’, sort of a […]
I wrote about David Henry Hwang and his new musical Soft Power for NBC Asian America. Read on to find out more about this play with a musical about China-US relations.
Kristina Wong Kanemoto reviews Finding Cleveland, a documentary by Larissa Lam and Baldwin Chiu about searching for Chinese American family in Mississippi.
I’m reimagining the concept of a Chinese family tree book, with the inclusion of women. Find out how to see my project at A Place of Her Own in the Bay Area through June 2018.
My top 10 stories for 2017 that I’ve written on HapaMama and many other outlets.
I got a new dog. The research, the guilt, the puppy socials. This reminds me of something… oh…
I interviewed filmmaker Pam Tom about her documentary Tyrus. Learn more about this early Chinese American animator and find out how you can watch the film as part of PBS American Masters.
Sometimes taking time away from the family is important for mothers who do creative work. Here’s how I spent my Writing Between the Vines retreat.