My documentary film and multi-media artwork is shaped and influenced by my direct experience as a daughter raised by Chinese immigrant garment worker parents. This upbringing undoubtedly formed who I am as an artist today. In my artwork, I approach social issues through my own personal story, family narrative, and community’s history. My body of work has explored issues ranging from labor rights, immigrant justice, gender equity, and militarism. Elevating the voices of communities directly impacted by oppression, poverty, racism, and war is at the core of my work. In particular, I am interested in documenting and preserving the courageous and resilient stories of those who have boldly come forward to organize for social change. I am moved by people’s stories and struggles and see it as an important vehicle for social justice.