Snack Sluts

A couple video updates for y'all:

1. My live audition for Vancouver's Next Vocal Superstar 2016, performing "Out Tonight" from RENT the musical... #VNVS2016

2. Snack Sluts! My friends and I are making Youtube videos weekly, and you can subscribe to us, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, and "like" our Facebook page!


C'est La Vie Spring/Summer 2016 Lookbook

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Photos by Dave Winfield and Sunny Chen
Photo editing by Sunny Chen
Styling by Sunny Chen and Faustine Faure

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I'm sad that Zhamak is moving to Toronto in a couple weeks, but I know her spirit will go on in young Vancouver, from past club photos to girls and boys she's shot over the years. I will be living vicariously through her Instagram once she's in MTL.
My first EP has been released, and even received some radio play over at Crimes & Treasons (CiTR 101.9FM) this Tuesday. You can stream and download SAD CHINA for free!

I can't thank you all enough for supporting me throughout the years! Hope to collaborate with some of you again. Email me, Facebook me, tweet at me, whatever, whenever!


Throwback to Vancity Tribe x Soyconfessions c. 2013

The bae, Vancity Tribe, is back on the 'Net. You might remember Christine Wong from some of my previous posts, like this one, but the homegirl's finally back from her online hiatus, and I can't be more excited for her and the creative community in Vancouver.
Christine spotlighted me on Vancity Tribe way back in 2013, and now, 3 years later, we're headed down to LA in May with our good friend Steve "Skimchi" Kim. He's an amazing photographer based out of Vancouver, so you know we're gonna get some good shots by the beach, under the palms, strolling the busy city streets.
Christine shot me for the 2013 spotlight and I edited these photos.

Here we are today, eating ice cream from La Casa Gelato:
(You've probably seen this on my Instagram and Twitter, though.)

And here is some of Steve's work:

P.S. Stay tuned for the release of my EP, babes.



Ugh, my Tumblr is so fire right now. She's a beautiful piece of artwork and I'm proud of her for showing her true self.

I'm also proud of myself. But also critical of myself. I can't party too much, too late every weekend; I need to focus on my career. I've been very good at not chasing boys for the past two months and that's something I'm happy about. Also, I'm still working on my EP -- it's at 65% completion, I'd say.

I walked in the Anitza fashion show during the Free Association party this Friday. The Imperial Vancouver is such a breathtaking venue, decorated with huge terracotta warriors lining the walls, above our heads. I wanna have my EP release party there.

I'm looking for this one vintage Chinese song, sung in Mandarin, on the Internet. I don't know the name or any of the lyrics, only the tune, and it's frustrating me. It's a classic though. I wanna cover it for my EP. I probably should call my mom and ask her but I don't wanna bother her, I guess.

Here's a track from the aforementioned EP:

Thank you for being there when I had nothing. Now I have something and I wanna show you what it is, whether it be through film or music. Or words.

Thank you.

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