She often uses music, experimental theatre, and other forms of media to be in dialogue with social issues and cultural identities. Examples of her works include: a modern fairy tale about criminal justice (Voir dire); an experimental music theatre project about Asian women experiences (To Be Heard X Unheard); an ambisonic & three-screen video piece with hand puppet which reflects the online dating culture (Speed Dating); a musical card game that triggers laughter and cultural-awareness (Conversation-ish); and more. In 2017, she released a documentary film featuring the narratives of 1.5 generation Taiwanese Americans, a grant-supported project she produced, directed, and composed. The film was recognized as a finalist by Formosa Festival of International Filmmaker Awards (FFIFA) and its soundtrack received award from American Tracks Music Awards.
She co-founded the interdisciplinary artist collective fff ensemble and the experimental pop duet Meoark, and is a member of Stanford New Ensemble. She is the winner of the 2017 American Prize for her experimental music theatre project To Be Heard X Unheard.