People | Arts & Culture | Comic
When Food is the Only Narrative We Consume

Chinese culture can’t be made bite-sized for mass consumption.

Feb 8, 2023
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The Notorious Comb Sisters

This non-conformist approach to adulthood still sounds radical today.

Nov 10, 2022
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Second Place Language

According to people I met back home, my face didn’t match my voice.

Sep 15, 2022
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Falling: A Comic

I found it freeing: to accept—instead of fear—gravity, to savor that brief float before the fall.

Jun 27, 2022
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My Mother, My Ex, and Facial Feminization Surgery: A Comic

I believe so strongly in the beauty and autonomy of body transformation, but I’m worried that will erase the small visible echoes of my (and my mother’s) history of survival.

May 23, 2022
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The Nest

Year after year, the mourning doves show up to try again. I’m willing to try too.

Feb 7, 2022
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I Do Not Want to Write Today: A Comic

I don’t want to write today. I don’t want to write about violence today. I don’t want to write about honor or duty or respect today.

May 25, 2021
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The Life and Times of Bernice Bing

A lesbian Chinese American painter, she defied definition, which is why I was so fascinated by her.

May 11, 2021
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The Ghost That Sits on Your Chest

My mom’s cellphone rang, but there was nothing, no notification of any missed call. She said, “That was probably your dad’s ghost.”

Apr 26, 2021
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Every Flavor a Ghost: A Comic

Sometimes even just a minor taste of something brings old ghosts back to me.

Jan 20, 2021