This piece is at heart a study of me, a view from inside my room and inside my mind.
Memoir & Personal Essay
A reflection of cultural identity through the lens of a first-generation, Chinese-American girl.
This is what the process of making hong shao niu rou tang, or chinese braised beef soup, means to me.
My piece is about the GWN + NBCU Train Your Brain: Think Like an Elite Athlete workshop. This piece is a personal work on how I applied the elite athlete mentality to my career.
This personal essay is about my experience with quarantine and how it impacted my gender identity.
I always took my citizenship status for granted. I never questioned my privilege until I saw someone around my age in the same situation my parents were once in.
This feeling will stay with me for a while, but I am satisfied with where I am with it.
As college application season came to an end, the Girls Write Now financial workshop helped me choose which college is best for me.
A letter of thanks meets an inner reflection of taught and inherited values in this short essay.
Sonder is one of those weird feelings you experienced but couldn’t put a name too. Sonder is the realization that every random person is living a life as complex and vivid as your own.
Being a fangirl can be quite embarrassing. Has being a fangirl helped shape who you are?
We wanted to present our generational stories to look for connections across various women’s experiences throughout time. We compared the expectations our society imposed on women in our families, including traditions, female stereotypes, and norms.
Before I found writing, I was lost. After that, I was found.
Some moments never stuck, others are vividly blazed. These are memories are stained-covered with tears, laughter and my heart. Invaluable and reflected across page.
An insight into a journey of communication and the challenges that come with it.