In your own words, what is your ethnic identity? (for individuals)
Hong Kong, Chinese
Your Artistic Background/Mission
Born and raised in Hong Kong. Liz attended the Chinese University of Hong Kong where she received her undergraduate degree in Anthropology in 1998. In 2010, she
completed her MFA in Media Studies at the State University of New York – Buffalo.
Liz has worked in various media for over ten years. Her reporting for Singtao Daily garnered her a National Ethnic Media Award as well as numerous Independent Press Association awards on immigration issues. She is also the author of a travel diary about South America, chronicling her
journey through the continent. Working as a script writer for Asia Television and National Geographic, she oversaw research on productions that have been seen internationally on the Discovery Channel. Her first feature documentary, Hula: The Story of an Iraqi Woman, received a silver award at the Oregon Film Awards and an honorable mention at the Los Angeles International New Wave Film Festival.
After the release of Hula, Liz worked as a freelancer, documenting art installations and events as well as returning to NYC to film Routes, a 12 part television series about Chinese artists that was broadcast both nationally and internationally.
She currently lives in the United States where she is at work on a new film project.
If you are not in New York City, what are your ties to New York's Asian American artistic community?
My work is created/shown/produced in NYC regularly
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