Ivy Chang is a designer based in the Bay Area. She came to the U.S. from Taiwan when she was 10 and met her first wild animal in New Hampshire. She is inspired by the exploration and language of life, the little and big moments that resonate with her. Her work often involves anthropomorphic animals and objects as a way of storytelling from a humorous and charming perspective.
Patriarchy exists and even thrives in Korean American and Korean immigrant churches. Hopefully, this isn’t news to most of us. As for me, I was excited and full of naïve bravado when I entered into ministry in that context.
My romance definitely started out in a recognizable way: I swiped right on Tinder on an incredibly attractive 21-year-old guy named Cory. We matched, but I thought little of it.
IT LOOKED NOTHING like the photos my parents showed me when I was a little girl. The building was no longer a salmon-y pink with large, red Chinese characters adorning the entrance
“GOD IS GOOD” Charles spoke softly, as Baldwin stood there watching his 76-year-old father's eyes fill with tears. "God is good." Charles held in his hands a Bible that was owned by his father — Baldwin's grandfather — a man who had left his family in China to work in America.