We used a website to showcase our ever-changing writing styles and emphasize the connection between what we read and what we write from childhood till now!
吃飯 (HEK-FAN) New York is a series of video essays that follows the format of an abecedary, documenting personal stories of food and culture between a pair of friends.
Based on the ending of a real friendship, this story is about what it means to let go of nostalgia.
A piece about letting go of an unhealthy friendship.
In this personal statement, I reflect on how suffering alters the way we see the people around us, and how that phenomenon ended up playing a big part in my life.
Describe a time when someone’s words had a strong impact on you.
Most days, I act like a fake mom. And I’m good at it, too.
As a kid, I always covered my hands under layers of oversized and long-sleeved shirts, making sure that they were hidden from the gaze of the world.
We all come from somewhere, but that doesn’t mean we all belong somewhere. It took me a while to learn where I’m from, so now its time to learn where I belong.
A poem written on the eve of my 17th birthday after realizing what womanhood might mean for me.
This poem is dedicated to “re-becoming” during the healing process.
Criminal Minds taught me how to profile, and I apply my knowledge by taking on the challenge of profiling myself.
A journey of acceptance and yearning.
When you meet someone over a writing platform and fate encourages you to share your socials to get closer, the relationship does not become as fruitful as you want it to be.
The relationship between two deaths.