Our Staff

Kevin Huang | 黃儀軒 | Executive Director

To view Kevin’s full bio, please click here.

Emily Tso | 曹文慧 | Creative Director

typeeEmily is a first generation, pun-loving Chinese-Canadian. She is passionate about examining the effects that brand identities have on people, and how the two influence the way everyday things are experienced. The changing landscape and historical identity of Vancouver’s Chinatown has inspired Emily to work with hua foundation in designing accessible, delightful brand experiences with the goal of bridging cultural gaps within the community. Emily holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interactive Arts and Technology from Simon Fraser University, where she studied user experience design in different contexts. She is Tso excited about weaving historical narratives and cultural traditions into sustainable digital solutions.


Summer Staff

Amanda Wan | 温雅雯 | Chinatown Storytelling Coordinator

Amanda is a student, reader, and writer living on the unceded, ancestral, occupied territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. Her interest in literary and visual cultures—along with critical race, gender, sexuality, and cultural studies—has led her to explore editing, publishing, creating, and organizing in social justice and community-oriented projects. She is currently completing her BA in English honours, with a minor in Asian Canadian & Asian Migrations Studies (ACAM). She is also an Editor/Director at Tributaries, ACAM’s undergraduate journal of creative and academic work. Through her various projects, she hopes connect her love of the arts with a commitment to transformative community-building. To get in touch with Amanda, email amanda {@} huafoundation.org or Tweet her @ricepaperbird

Angela Ho | 何嘉雯 | Chinatown Food Security Coordinator

IMG_6915Angela first became interested in youth organizing when she became involved with various sustainability projects at her former high school, Windermere. Since then, her interests have grown to push towards examining her cultural identity, and the importance of cultural heritage in community organizing. Currently, Angela is studying Geography at the University of British Columbia, with a minor in Asian Canadian and Asian Migrations Studies. She is passionate about using multimedia as a way to learn and connect with the communities that she is embedded in. With hua, Angela is excited to develop and strengthen connections with members of the Asian diasporic community. To get in touch with Angela, email angela {@} huafoundation.org or Tweet her @angelakmho


Past Staff

Bard Suen, full bio here.
Claudia Li, full bio here.
Megan Lau, full bio here.
Nicole So, full bio here.
Alan Chen, full bio here.