Huiying B. Chan

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Huiying Bernice Chan

Daily Kos

Huiying Bernice Chan is a creative writer, multimedia storyteller, and community organizer from New York City with roots in the Toisanese diaspora. Their writing and organizing centers immigration, gender justice, and anti-displacement work from Chinatown to the border. In 2016, Huiying received a fellowship to travel solo to Chinatowns in eight countries around the world, documenting global stories of migration and resilience across the diaspora. They are currently a racial justice campaigner at Daily Kos through the Kairos Fellowship. After hours, they work closely with The W.O.W. Project and the Asian American Writers' Workshop.