'I don’t have the sense of fulfillment about my own work that allows me to stop changing, to stop learning. It’s never-ending.'
'Being Asian Australian means being not Asian+Australian, not a hybrid, not a mixture, not two halves of something.'
'You can’t be everything to everyone nor should you desire that... sometimes you just have to tune out and run your own race.'
'I think anyone who has grown up as something of an outsider develops unique ways of viewing the world, other people.'
'Design aims to take ordinary, everyday products like clothes and gives them that human touch and something to connect with.'
'I think anger is really healthy. It’s motivating; and it’s something a lot of women are expected to swallow, as anger isn’t a ‘routine’ or acceptable emotion according to tired stereotypes.'
"I tend to use writing as a form of therapy, to make sense of or learn something from confusing & disorientating experiences."
'I used to have a lot of anger around being mixed-race and other people’s perceptions of me, but now I figure I know who I am even if nobody else does.'