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I’m a San Francisco-based writer and translator. I began my career on the East Coast, studying dramatic writing at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. After graduation, I moved to Boston to pursue my Master of Fine Arts in playwriting at Boston University. My thesis play Memorial received a workshop production at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, and I won two Paul Stephen Lim Playwriting Awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
After completing my MFA, I found myself itching for a different kind of community. I joined Boston Public Schools’ Office of English Language Learners as a Chinese Translator and Interpreter. I worked closely with the local immigrant communities, and began contributing to the Arts and Culture section of the Sampan Newspaper, New England’s only bilingual newspaper. I also furthered my journalistic training by participating in the inaugural class of the Young Critics Program, co-hosted by WBUR (Boston’s NPR affiliate) and the Front Porch Arts Collective. Currently, I’m Editorial Associate at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, where I write and edit copy across multiple platforms, and manage publications-related workflow.
I’m a proud Taiwanese/American. I will never turn down a bowl of good ramen, and my passions outside of writing include Major League Baseball, classical music, and romance novels with diverse protagonists.