Angie Kang
Angie Kang
Somewhere in the Middle

Editorial Illustrations

Somewhere in the Middle

Somewhere in the Middle

Illustration for a piece (International Writers’ Blog) about being caught between cultural identities.

Boryspil International Airport, Kiev

Boryspil International Airport, Kiev

Illustration for a poem (International Writers’ Blog) about being seen under a lens of “American” while traveling.

What's Your Name?

What's Your Name?

Illustration for an essay (International Writers’ Blog) about the difficulty of choosing, culturally inherited or given.

Skater Wheels' Rolling

Skater Wheels' Rolling

Illustration for a prose piece (International Writers’ Blog) about movement.

Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever

“Yellow Fever” (International Writers’ Blog) is a dissection of the fetishization of Asian women and the stereotypes associated with the concept. Often, individuals may court the concept of the “ideal” overly submissive, exotic Asian, putting any woman who fits in that category on a pedestal. This piece begs the question: What are you worshipping? My yellow skin is not made of paper. It is not for you to crease.

Evil Officemates

Evil Officemates

Illustration for a piece about “evil officemates.”

in memoriam

in memoriam

Illustration for a piece (the Post-) mourning the author’s brother, who would have been taking college tours at the time of the article.