Blooming 2017

[image description above: A illustration selfie drawing version on the right long hair and choker spikes, written hand writing blue font titled zine book "Life Conditions, Asian Deaf Queer NB" by Jessica Leung with a website:]




Submission to Too Queer: BI Cabaret 2017 in Unceded Coast Salish Territories of the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh-ulh, Stó:lo & Tsleil-Waututh nations (Vancouver, BC).

explores a visual sound audio clip of what is it like as a Cochlear Implant user, Jessica on their daily life experience interpretation of sound and vision impact that is the most sensitive sound and relations intersecting identities to them.


[image description: A person who is looking up at the cloudy sky under a building and a tree, wearing frame glasses leather choker silver spike blades around their neck, and wearing dark jacket]




Parallel Tracks member

A five day + webinars session in online and Toronto, ON experiencing a space curating and bring facilitation and knowledge skill practice for IBPOC (Indigenous, Black, People of colour) focusing on inclusive bridge the discussion on arts community based and social justice implementation.

Push Youth Assembly

"Everyone Together now"

A performance piece with collaboration with Jenna Mazur (left) and Jessica Leung (right).

Photograph by Tim Matheson <>

[ above Image description: A light skin fair woman, Jenna Mazur sitting to the left side, with their hands to the back brushing their hair, sitting in front of a table with a wooden hard bottle in front wearing black top. A black hair fair skin Asian, Jessica Leung wearing blue glasses and black leather silver spikes choker on the neck and a black top sitting to the right posing with their index finger pointing in front.]


[image description: A collective members following from left to right Krys, Rob, Grace, Natalie, Mariam, Albert and Jessica and Reneltta Arluk as a facilitator of the program.]

[image description: A circle seatings of eight individuals from Writers Group with Collective members working together on Meatcats Play]

Turning point 2016

Push Youth Academy

Accessibility training workshop facilitator

American Sign language and Deaf culture


Curator & Facilitator by Natalie Tin Yin Gan & Milton Lim

Provided by

PuSh International Performing Arts Festival

Push Youth Academy is a group space focus in youth young people 16-24 ages who are deeply interested to engage in opportunity to explore involving community based workshop, performance arts shows, and a ton of discussion in a bi-weekly schedule.