Alumni A-Z

Tiffany Lee (BA, International Relations + MM)

Tiffany (she/her) is a 2nd generation Chinese Canadian based on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations. She majored in International Relations with a minor in Asian Canadian and Asian Migration studies, along with the Master of Management dual degree program. Tiffany’s studies in ACAM have focused on how the storytelling of […]

Tintin Yang (BA, International Relations)

My name is Tintin! I am a recent grad from UBC with a BA majoring in International Relations and a minor in ACAM. During my time at UBC I worked and volunteered for the AMS Sexual Assault Support Centre and volunteered at CiTR and Discorder. Some of my interests are: media, technology, critical theory, and […]

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 […]

Vanessa Chan (BA, English Language and Literatures)

Vanessa is an English Language and Literature major with a minor in ACAM who struggles to write about herself and is going to do her best. As a second generation Chinese-Canadian settler growing and creating on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh)people, she’s interested in multifaceted […]

Virginia Tina Ly (BA, English)

Virginia Tina Ly is graduating with a BA in English Literature and a minor Asian Canadian and Asian Migration studies. As the queer daughter of first generation refugees, she is intensely passionate about illuminating personal and community histories through research and videography. In 2017, she co-curated the exhibit “Tasting History: The Travelling Tales of Tea” […]

Winnie Ha (BA, History)

Winnie Ha is a history major and ACAM minor from Elk Grove, California, and transferred to UBC from Cosumnes River College in Sacramento in 2020. While she was at UBC, she played clarinet for the Thunderbird Marching Band, wrote for the sports section of the Ubyssey, was a part of Dance Horizons, and was involved […]

Winnie Kwan (BS, Global Resource Systems)

Winnie is a second-generation Chinese Canadian tracing ancestry back to 開平 and 九佛 graduating from the Land and Food Systems faculty with a Bachelors of Science in Global Resource Systems, and a Minor in Arts in Asian Canadian and Asian Migration studies. Through her major and minor, Winnie’s studies have explored the intersections between sustainable […]

Y Vy Truong (BA, English and History)

Y Vy Truong is graduating from the University of British Columbia (UBC) with a double major in English Literature and History, with a minor from the Asian Canadian Asian Migration (ACAM) program. Her research interests concern community archives as viable public research resources, contemporary art practices emerging from Asia and Asian diaspora communities in North […]

Yuko Fedrau (BA, Art History)

Yuko Fedrau is a recent UBC graduate who majored in Art History, with a minor in Asian Canadian/Asian Migration studies. She loves analyzing any kind of culture—whether it is visual or literary—through a queer and postcolonial lens. Why did you declare a minor in ACAM? What drew you to the program? In April two years […]

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 […]