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Dayang Yraola: Sounds and Strings

Dayang Yraola (ACC 2012) relaunched her archiving project Sonic Manila Research during quarantine, following the threads that tie together loose ends of these disconnected times...

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J'Sun Howard: If I Never See a Rainbow Again

"To dance is to be breath; breathing, sensing...This act of breath orients me toward the divine: I am creating the worlds I want to see." Dance artist J'Sun Howard (ACC 2019) shares his artistic practice and the worlds he is envisioning...

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The Unusual Year, The Unusual US Experience

Since 2000, one faculty member—from Tsinghua University’s School of Architecture—will receive ACC’s support each year to participate in the Special Program for Urban and Regional Studies (SPURS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. They engage in meaningful exchange with scholars across the world while reflecting on their career. We are very grateful to the Hsin Chong – K. N. Godfrey Yeh Education Fund who has been generously supporting young talents in the architectural field.

Our 20th recipient is Sun Shimeng, who shared with us her thoughts in her experience in the US. 

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Tran Luong: Slumberous in the Analog Era

Tran Luong (ACC 2008) shares his video “Slumberous in the Analog era”⁠—recorded in Hanoi in the early 2000s and re-edited in January 2020⁠—as he reflects on the impacts of COVID-19.

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Yang Yeung: “If you are not there, I am not here”* or, when you are, I am

Yang Yeung (ACC 2012), curator, writer, and Artistic Director of soundpocket, shares written sound bites of Hong Kong, short revelations and rhythms from everyday life. 

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Ami Yamasaki: Ear to Catch

“After the COVID-19 pandemic, the world’s soundscape changed dramatically. For me who always listens to the sound with all my might, I feel the load on my ears…”

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Sajata Epps: "Post Something Black"

Sustainable designer Sajata Epps (ACC 2018) has a small ecological footprint and a powerful voice against racial inequality. “As an American, I am outraged by the response to Mr. Floyd’s death. It’s simply not ok to exploit the death of a man for a political or social agenda movement...”

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Abner Delina, Jr.: Reimaginations

“Who are we now and who are we really—as artists, as humans, as souls?” Abner Delina, Jr. chose to remain in the U.S. when his grant was disrupted by COVID-19. From Indianapolis, he writes his reimaginations on reframing questions, repurposing collaborations, and rehearsing with the world...

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