A United Kingdom celebrates interracial couples on screen, with contemporary relevance

2020

A review of the British film ‘A United Kingdom’ and SBS's own ‘Marry Me Marry My Family’ which explores the consequences that befall interracial couples. Published in SBS Movies, Australia

Actress Gabrielle Chan on intergeneration trauma, I felt like I was falling from a cliff 10 times a day

2020

An interview with 'Hungry Ghosts' actress Gabrielle Chan. She plays Lien Nguyen, a woman who is haunted by the past in her new life in Australia.

Published in SBS Australia

Comedy drama ‘Offside’ shows how far women will go to watch football

2020

A review of the Iranian movie, Offside and the lengths women go to watch football in the stadium even when they are banned from doing so.  Published in SBS Movies, Australia

Dinner and a Movie: 'Eat Drink Man Woman' and Taiwanese braised pork

2021

A review of Ang Lee's Taiwanese movie, Eat Drink Man Woman as part of Lunar New Year celerations. Published in SBS Movies

Dinner and a Movie: ‘The Crow’s Egg’ and pizza

2020

A review of the Tamil movie 'The Crow's Egg', which is about 2 kids and their quest for pizza. Published in SBS Movies, Australia

Dinner and a Movie: ‘Volver’ paired with Spanish omelette

2020

A review of the Spanish movie, Volver and the symbolism of food. Published in SBS Movies, Australia 

Dinner and a movie ideas for a great night in

2020

I combined my two interests, pop culture and food and paired them for a movie-and-food theme night.  Published in Time Out Melbourne, Oct 2020

Kim's Convenience: a charming, wholesome and understated corner-store comedy

2020

A review of the Canadian TV series Kim's Convenience, its fantastic cast and a script that favours empathy over caricature. Published in Guardian Australia

Kung Fu Hustle is an underrated, genre-bending Asian movie you need to watch

2020

A review of Kung Fu Hustle almost 2 decades later and why it deserves more credit. Published in SBS Movies, Australia

Politics and radicals – showcasing the experiences of women

2020

A review of the BBC TV series, Guerilla and what a  woman has to do to be considered a revolutionary leader. Published in SBS movies, Australia

Refreshingly, the women of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ are co-workers not besties

2020

A write up about the sitcom Brooklyn Nine Nine and the women of the show who are supportive, but their friendship never ventures into best-friend territory. Published in SBS Movies, Australia

See Elisabeth Moss rage as an imploding musician in ‘Her Smell’

2020

A review of the movie Her Smell, where Elisabeth Moss delivers a powerful performance as a '90s rocker in a spiral. Published in SBS Movies, Australia

The Case Against Adnan Syed: Hae Min Lee is more than just a victim

2019

The challenges and importance of including the victim's voice in a true crime docu-series like 'The Case Against Adnan Syed'. Published in SBS Australia

The rise of Asian slackers in pop culture

2020

An observation piece about Asian representation in Western media and why it is refreshing to see more Asian slackers in pop culture. Published in SBS Movies, Australia 

This and That: 'Girls of the Sun' and 'Their Finest'

2021

Reviews of two war movies featuring the experiences of women. Published in SBS Movies, Australia

You’re the Worst is an unflinching take on how we deal with mental illness

2019

An op-ed about the series, You're the Worst and how it portrays mental illness. Published in SBS Life, Australia