https://youtu.be/2b3KVb97YFU Meditations on the Power of Community is a short film commissioned by the Gardner Museum, featuring choreography by Pao Arts Center 2021 Artist-in-Residence Lenora Lee Dance and filmed by Weiying Olivia Huang. The film features interviews with members of Boston’s Chinatown community, in response to the Museum's exhibition Shen Wei: Painting in Motion. This … Continue reading Meditations on the Power of Community: Collaboration with the Gardner Museum and Lenora Lee Dance Company
“My MaMa’s Back,” produced as a voiceover archival photo video by Daphne Xu and myself, was featured at the Boston Asian American Film Festival (BAAFF) under “COVID Shorts.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAyHtDAQh_Q&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=BostonAsianAmericanFilmFestival
My home, 116 Hudson Street, memorialized in the “Lantern Stories” exhibit on the Greenway by artist, Yu Wen Wu.
Join us today, September 24, for “Lantern Stories” a lighting exhibition (which features my photo of my 13 year old self and my Hudson Street house) by Yu Wen Wu is launching at Chinatown Gate, 6–7:30 p.m., and at 8–9 p.m., to enjoy program of text, still, and moving image artwork by local artists projected … Continue reading “My MaMa’s Back” — 29 Oak Street Projections
Amid a Rapidly Changing Present, Can Chinatown Preserve Its Past? | Magazine | The Harvard Crimson — Read on http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2020/3/26/chinatown-scrut/
Honored to be the recipient of the Chinese Culture Connection of Massachusetts 2020 Excellence in Arts and Culture Award May, 2020
With Pao Arts Center, A Creative Chinatown Finds Space In A Changing Boston WBUR article by Max Larkin