Instead of seeing Asian American, queer, immigrant women as “in-between” cultures, we are in fact witness to a world far more connected.
Visualizing a meditation for the month of Aquarius, Baopu channels creative energy in her own way.
However distant and isolated we feel, we remind each other to remember to breathe.
I have this reoccurring dream, where I run into my grandma while taking a walk. I’m missing the reunions we could have had this year, and looking at this separateness with bitter-sweet intention.
“Safe spaces were never granted to the marginalized. There’s no freedom without fighting.”
Letting go of certain past memories is bittersweet, comical, and inevitable all at the same time.
Finding the soundtracks that have been there all along, making room for new sounds.
I’m searching for the right person who can help me go through all this confusion.
A surreal exploration of tackling a mental road block. The other side might be a very different perspective.
As a queer Asian woman, I’m asking questions and finding my place in activism beyond self-love.
I’ve become so sophisticated from maxing out on the benefits of staying home, there’s juuust one side effect.
What happens when you try to be productive even though you can’t.
Baopu shares a little reminder to relax during a stressful time.
Everything Is Beautiful is one part beloved comics, one part brand new material, and all parts trademark Yao Xiao — warm colors, probing questions, deeply personal reflections, and an endless exploration of the binaries Yao has spent her life trying to navigate.
I could always try harder to fight the urge of conforming to the path of least resistance.
I don’t want my life before America to become abstract, but the distance in space and time makes some loss inevitable.
Baopu shares hopes and fears, from keeping creativity to taking action, for the New Year.
For a moment, I let myself feel pride.
Not a perfect introvert or extrovert 100% of the time.
Being queer is being free.
What if I can leave the past on the shore?