Great China, a brilliant institution of Berkeley's food scene, is an exquisite homage to the cuisine of Northern China.
“Until Your Time Is Up” is a brief essay on the phenomenology of smoking: of loving it and quitting it—the twin affairs of nicotine addiction that are, after all, co-constitutive.
High school policy debate is a world unto itself, and to outsiders, it may appear to be utterly bizarre.
"Scenes from a Multiplex" is a collection of memoirs from a former movie theater usher.
This lyric essay is a faux-abstraction of personal experience and growth in a particular human body on this planet.
"Run Along Now" is an essay written for Scott Saul’s Creative Nonfiction workshop.
"Worship" is a poem about the comfort that can be found in spiritual dissonance.
"In the Mountains, Birdsong" is about a journey through love and nostalgia, from Alaska to Amsterdam to Guangzhou.
Given the context of the recent decision on dumping the Fukushima nuclear wastewater into the Pacific ocean, I made this curatorial project with the theme of nuclear power.
Within Dante’s Divine Comedy, he focuses on one’s future and fate in the afterlife in his description of salvation.
A culmination of reflections and images, this project explores the intersection of the human and material world through the substance of tea.
This past year has been a struggle for many of us, COVID-19 turning upside down the world we’ve always known.
My timeline’s main theme is the African American perception and representation of Dante’s The Divine Comedy.
Centuries of colonialism and imperialism from Western powers have influenced how much of the developed world functions today, whether it be in technology, fashion, or the cityscape.
Collaborative Filtering is an algorithm application which predicts the tastes and desires of consumers.
The goal of this project is to engage the UC Berkeley campus community and increase transparency among both students and administration to understand and acknowledge the history behind names of both halls and col
The current initiative invites artists from diverse backgrounds to propose works that reclaim FSM Cafe as a site of collective and inclusive memory.
I designed my article spread to educate my peers and bring recognition to the influence that low-income communities bring to the dominant culture.
I sat at the coffee shop, sipping on a dark roast, leg bouncing up and down on the stool, looking
“East and West”
Where does the East end
And the West begin?
Is there a marker there?