A story about loss, alienation and the search for belonging. A ghost of a Chinese coolie who worked on the Transcontinental railroad emerges at night in the modern-day San Francisco Chinatown. Every location presented in the images tells a story about the history and the experience of the Chinese diaspora. The series recounts the historic discrimination and prejudice against the Asian immigrant community and draws connection to today’s continuing violence against immigrants at large.
Exhibited at the
de Young Open at de Young Museum
September 30, 2023 – January 7, 2024
Chinese Historical Society Museum
October 16 – November 12, 2021
Press: Washington Post; SF Standard