He had a “bad day.” The killer and the Georgia official who helped spread the killer’s narrative blamed the murder spree on a “bad day.” The audacity. I wanted this design to be bold and express the rage of the waking, peaceful beast. Asians and Asian Americans – especially women – have always been seen […]
Celebrate Lunar New Year and usher in the year of the ox with this cute tray of togetherness platter of sweets traditionally used to welcome visiting guests around the new year. Each tray or box usually has six or eight compartments (the number six symbolizing luck, and eight, fortune). Most likely, there won’t be any […]
I ate too many pork rinds…and now I’m yeet hay AF. In Cantonese, 熱氣 “yeet hay” literally translates to “hot air” but refers more to your energy levels. In traditional Chinese culture, it is believed there is Yin (cold) and Yang (hot) energy in food. When your body has too much “yang,” it becomes imbalanced. […]
If you find the statement to be political or controversial, then you’ve got an issue to deal with – racism. Here’s a Chinese translation of Black Lives Matter which I had my auntie review and give the thumb’s up on: 黑人的命也是命. It roughly translates to “Black peoples’ lives are lives too.” I’ve made the design […]
In collaboration with Chinese American Family, Empty Bamboo Girl is releasing a set of kawaii good eats designs featuring dim sum, classic Chinese bakery sweets and fruits on baby apparel and greeting cards.