In the summer, Chris and I go dancing in Taiwan“, Kissing Dynamite (2020)

“”English as a second language”, “Type A personalities in a time of coronavirus”, “Bless your soup”, and “Feet Feeling”, Sock Drawer Lit (2020)

Elegy for Jane“, Gingerbread House (2020)

Proposal for quantifying the entire spectrum of human emotion“, Grey Sparrow (2020)

in the absence of sesame oil“, The Scores (2020)

Mom’s makeup“, Dryland (2020)

Titles from my childhood“, K’in (2020)

San Rafael with an unrequited love“, The Chestnut Review (2020)

“Shedding”, STANFORD Magazine (2019)

“Migration Story”, RABBIT: Belonging Issue (2018)

“Ting Wei”, STATIC magazine (2017)

“Revolution”, “Saturday Chinese School”, Stanford Daily Magazine (2016)

“how it ends”, Leland Quarterly (2016)

“what language loss looks like”, Rufous City Review (2016)

“I tried to sell your heart on etsy once”, Off the Coast (2016)

“Harbor”, decomP Magazine (2016)

“The Will”, The Best Teen Writing of 2015 (2015)

“leaving song”, Leland Quarterly (2015)

Four Poems, The Legendary (2014)

“Maya Angelou”, Radius (2014)


Vallum Chapbook Award, Finalist, Vallum (2020)

Open Country Press Chapbook Contest, Finalist, Open Country Press (2020)

Urmy/Hardy Poetry Prize, First Place, Stanford University (2019)

Undergraduate Performing/Fine Arts Award, Stanford Asian American Awards (2019)

Undergraduate Poetry Competition- Runner Up, National Federation of State Poetry Societies (2018)

Wiley Birkhofer Prize in Poetry, Stanford University (2017)

Poetry Out Loud Finalist, Stanford University (2017 & 2019)

National Gold Medals in Poetry and Critical Essay, Scholastic Art and Writing (2015)

Artist Features

Featured Artist – 2019 Conversations in Identity

Featured Artist – 2019 Asian Images

Featured Artist – 2019 Stanford Arts Extravaganza

 Showcase Artist – 2018 APAture, Kearny Street

 Featured Artist – 2018 Listen to the Silence Conference

Featured Poet – 2016 Inclusive Lands, Peninsula DIY

Featured Artist – 2016 Listen to the Silence Conference

Video Performances


“To the maker of this body”