Past Workshops/Events


Ramadan Zine collaboration and launch with Khadro Mohamed and Ronia Ibrahim. [Upcoming]

Hosting Communal Dreaming Hui in collaboration with Belong Aotearoa. [Upcoming]

Anti-Racist Soup zine launch with Strange Goods and Te Papa. [Upcoming]

Invited to participate in Claremont Zinefest for queer and trans Asian and Pacific Islander zinesters.

Hosted zine workshop “Asian Women Talk About Feminist Futures” in collaboration with Creative Creatures at Kelston Community Hub.

Hosted zine workshop “Asian Women Talk About Dating, Sex and Relationships” in collaboration with Creative Creatures at Green Bay Community House.

Hosted zine workshop “Asian Women Talk About Sustainability” in collaboration with Ecofest West and Creative Creatures.

Hosted zine workshop “Asian Women Talk About Food” in collaboration with Whau the People and Creative Creatures.

Online panel at Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair 2021 “Call & Response, with Kerry Ann Lee, Giulia Vallicelli, Helen Yeung, and Ysabelle Cheung.

“Magic & Joy” zine digitally launched at Moana Fresh.


Tabled at AMFxpress Makers Market.

Hosted zine workshop “Magic & Joy” with Objectspace in collaboration with artists Marc Conaco and Louie Bretaña.

Launched project “Signs” with Strange Goods and Satellites.

Digital zine collaboration with Zine-dabaad Collective for 36 Days of Type.

Hosted zine workshop for “NZArt100” with McCahon House offering practical skill development for youth from De La Salle College.

Hosted “Risograph Political Poster Making” workshop at Strange Goods in collaboration with Auckland Zinefest.

Tabled at For the People’s Empowerment Festival.

Hosted zine workshop for Abhi Chinniah’s photography exhibition “Light Skin Dark Skin” at The Upstairs Gallery.

Invited to participate in “Shared Lines: Aotearoa” exhibition in Sendai, Japan.

Hosted “Lunar New Year: Make-A-Zine” workshop at Te Manawa.

Curated “Migrant Zine Collective Turns 3: Pop-up Exhibition” at Strange Goods.

Curated Migrant Zine POP-UP Library at Mairangi Arts Centre.


Hosted zine workshop “Material Memories of Migration in Aotearoa” at Mt Albert Library with Albert-Eden Local Board.

Hosted zine workshop for Garden of Celebration at Raynham Park.

Tabled at High St Art Market for Late Night Art.

Hosted interactive zine table at “Mercury Plaza: Origins + New Beginnings.”

Hosted zine workshop “Sustainability and Identity: Printmaking with Migrant Zine Collective” at Auckland Central City Library.

Tabled at New Lynn Library Zine Market.

Hosted zine workshop “Living in Diaspora” for Asian Aotearoa Arts Hui at Massey University Library.

Tabled at Auckland Zinefest at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Hosted Migrant Zine POP-UP Library at Sticky Institute, Melbourne, Australia.

Co-hosted “Have You Ever Been With An Asian Woman Before?” for First Thursdays at St. Kevins Arcade Pop Up Store.

Co-hosted zine workshop “Our Songs, Our Histories” for Fluid Borders.

Invited to run zine workshop for Shakti Youth’s Mosaic Night.

Invited to participate in Xerox Days Zine Market in Perth, Australia.

Co-hosted “Meme-A-Zine: POC meme making workshop” with Alice Canton for NZ International Comedy Festival.

Hosted “Goodbye Turmeric Latte” zine workshop at Makerspace.

Hosted collaborative zine workshop in Cambodia at Kon Len Knhom.


Invited to display zine collection at Narrow Marrow Cafe in Malaysia.

Collaborative zine workshop with Musubi Hong Kong “Identity”

Invited to table at TKT Zine Fest in Hong Kong.

Curated collaborative zine for Asian Aotearoa Arts Hui “EAT IT ALL.”

Hosted zine workshops “Realign The Margins: AAAH Zine Club” for Asian Aotearoa Arts Hui at Massey University Library.

Hosted zine workshop “Feminism, Migration & Diaspora” at Auckland Central City Library.

Hosted collaborative zine workshop at Mangere Arts Centre with Quishile Charan.

Hosted SYNC Leadership zine workshop with Shakti Youth.


Hosted collaborative zine workshop “Gender and Feminism” with Musubi Hong Kong

Curated collaborative zine for Alice Canton’s award-winning theatre show, “OTHER [chinese].”

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