I am an Asian-American writer, living in Brooklyn, and can be found, from time to time, wandering from coffee shop to coffee shop, writing about life experiences and their implications on our society and more often than not, our family. Mostly, I write about identity and growing up in New York as an immigrant. Currently I am working on a memoir about when I called Child Services on my parents who owned sweatshops in Queens, New York.
With an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Sarah Lawrence College, I have a strong writing community and am always looking to connect. Feel free to write and comment.
Toni Morrison said, “All water has a perfect memory and is forever trying to get back to where it was.”
Fun Facts: In the last ten years, I have backpacked China, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Korea, India, Costa Rica, Peru, Columbia, Argentina, and Brazil, as well as parts of Europe: Spain, England, Germany, France and Brussels.