Jane Jingyi Wu (BFA, Visual Arts)

Jingyi Wu is a Chinese international student majoring in Visual Arts, with a minor in Asian-Canadian and Asian Migration Studies. She expresses herself primarily through painting, photography, and film, taking on themes of women, body, identity and socio-political issues. In particular, her art speaks to her love of exploring what it means to be an […]

Katie Fung (BA, Sociology)

Katie was born and raised in Hong Kong. Growing up, she was passionate about dancing and was trained to be a professional ballerina. The decision to migrate to Canada was made by her mother, who believed Katie and her brother would benefit from the education system here. Moving at age eleven and caught at the […]

Sarah Tan (BA, Asian Language and Culture)

Coming from Southeast Asian-Chinese heritage, Sarah gravitates towards the spicy flavours and rich density of Asian culture. Her interests led to a lengthy pursuit of an undergraduate degree in UBC’s Asian Studies Department. She majored in Asian Language and Culture specializing in China with a minor in Asian Canadian and Asian Migration Studies. During her […]

Tyler Mark (BA, Geography)

Tyler Tadao Taiming Mark is graduating with a B.A. in Geography and a minor in Asian Canadian and Asian Migration studies. Born and raised in Vancouver, Tyler continues to learn what it means to be a Chinese-Japanese-Canadian diaspora on these unceded Coast Salish territories but is thankful to the ACAM community for providing an interdisciplinary space for critical […]

Yulanda Lui (BA, Gender, Race, Sexuality & Social Justice)

Yulanda is a queer Chinese settler born on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee Peoples, under the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Agreement. A 2013 Loran Scholar, she is graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in the Gender, Race, Sexuality & Social Justice program with a minor in Asian Canadian and Asian Migration studies. While […]