ART EXHIBITION: LIHO! PASSPORT TO TAIWAN (Starting 5/11)
Artist: Chingyu Gina Chou
Collaboration with Passport to Taiwan
Organizer: Bar Pa Tea
Special Thanks: Jenny Wang
The entire month of May is officially designated as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. It is a month to recognize and celebrate the many contributions and achievements of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States!
Did you know that Mother’s Day in May also kicks off Taiwanese American Heritage Week? “Li-ho” means “Hello” in Taiwanese! This art installation welcomes and encourages viewers to explore Taiwan’s culture through fun patterns showcasing iconic images from the country, such as pineapple cakes, steamed buns, and you guessed it...bubble tea!
Join us at Passport to Taiwan on Sunday, May 27th at Union Square from 12 - 5 pm to experience more Taiwanese culture with us! To learn more, please visit https://p2tw.org/
ABOUT CHINGYU GINA CHOU
Gina is a graphic designer, digital designer and illustrator. She loves to explore many different kinds of art. One of her hobbies is to visit galleries and museums. She gets a lot of inspirations from other people’s works. This also brings her more creativities and a broad aesthetics. Her style is playful and colorful. You can find humor in many of her works. Gina not only does graphic works but also she is a photographer. She loves geometrical shapes and plays shapes in the composition.
Bachelor of Fine Arts from School of Visual Art.
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