Posts Tagged ‘sinospheria’

WE ARE TAIWAN, BUT WHO AM I?

(An interruption from our regularly scheduled programming: this post is being used as a program note for a sound installation piece I did at Wellesley. I’ll post pictures and videos of the actual piece sometime soon [here are two previews via Instagram]. But for now, a warning: much nerdiness ahead.)   The Five Colored Flag […]

They will know we are Christians by our love

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the relationship between social justice and Christianity. The strange thing about this is that if you asked a Christian if Christianity and social justice were compatible, they would probably give you a funny look for asking such a silly question because of course Christianity and social justice are […]

Different strokes

I don’t think I’m in love with tattoos enough to get one of my own anytime soon, but if I were, I would want to get one done by Joey Pang. Based in Hong Kong, Joey’s mastery of translating traditional Chinese brush painting and calligraphy styles into permanent body art has earned her international acclaim, […]

城市,家園 / City, My Home

I haven’t written a real post in forever (and probably won’t be able to until this semester is over, sob), but I just wanted to pop in and post this essay I wrote for a writing contest sponsored by the Chinese department at Wellesley. The topic was “What characterizes the personality of a city?” Even […]