Over $400 was raised for Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center!!! I am beyond grateful for everyone’s purchase of the “Protect Our Elders” sticker. 100% ($5 per sticker and all $5 was donated) of your purchase went directly to BCNC to help

March is International Women’s Month. I think we can all agree that the world has made progress in terms of acknowledging the value women have in our society. But, the truth is, there is a lot more work that needs

For me, March is always an exciting time of the year because it feels like the start of a new year. It’s my favorite month and just so happens to be my birth month. The spring equinox happens this month

Being an artist is awesome. I know that I am incredibly and ridiculously lucky to have an outlet for my creative and emotional expression. There are days, however, where I fall into the common trap of focusing on what I

This is Cabbage the Tiger! Cabbage was the first name that came up and I love it so much. Here is some interesting facts about tigers in Asian culture. Did you know that the stripes on the tiger’s head resemble

This all started with lessons I learned from completing the 100-day project a few years ago. I wanted to get myself into the practice of drawing more so I thought that committing myself to drawing for 100 consecutive days would

I had a lot of fun drawing peony flowers on my wall. This was my first time drawing something of this scale but I loved the challenge! I was getting bored of seeing my blank white wall through the virtual

I have gotten a handful of questions from people asking where I got my business cards done—thank you so much by the way! I made them through Next Day Flyers. I was made familiar by this brand through a friend because

Aside from creating art, composting has been another source of calm for me. It’s been helping with my anxiety from this ongoing pandemic. I’m sure everyone is feeling a sense of heightened anxiety right? Anyway, each little food scrap that