Category Projects

Memory Maps [Griffith]

My first visit to Griffith A Griffith local and map lover named Johanna found me online and became one of my supporters of my art project, Memory Maps of Melbourne. We began to exchange emails and she told me about Griffith. I learnt that despite being in the middle of nowhere, the rural town has […]

Day 16 – 18: Tindering in Gtown (Part 1)

My light bulb moment came from a fellow Tinder chatter, M-Drummer, 20ish muso. I’ve jokingly called him out for using Tinder to promote his band and gigs. It’s surprising spot on. He uses ‘Moments’ (a Tinder snapshot that’s allows Matchers to see a moment in your life for 24 hours) and generously invites me to […]

Memory Maps – Griffith and Me

My first visit to Griffith A Griffith local and map lover named Johanna found me online and became one of my supporters of my art project, Memory Maps of Melbourne. We began to exchange emails and she told me about Griffith. I learnt that despite being in the middle of nowhere, the rural town has […]

Protected: ‘Dear David’ Project

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What is your description of ‘Yellow Fever’?

The racial fetish is a world phenomenon and we’re curious to see what your description of yellow fetish. Fill out the from below:

Secrets of Sydney

Hidden Gem of Sydney: Soda Factory “If you have to check this place out. You will love it Suzie. Did I also mentioned that they are playing “Spirited Away?” I’ve been in Sydney for last seven months and there are many hidden little gems to be revealed. Bat*, who has moved to the city around […]

The Two Chairs is featured in Peril

I have been invited to be part of an online Asian Australian magazine. Here’s an extract of the article: Being yellow: about The Two Chairs initiative By┬áSuzanne Nguyen Being yellow Riding on the train is one of my favourite places to think and reflect. During a reflective train ride, I have come to a sudden […]

Chinky Rice Bowls – Part One

Part One: Shock discovery of chinky rice bowls We were shopping around QVB in Sydney and a colourful and swanky shop caught our attention. We went inside and laughed at all these gizmo and homeware styled gifts till a friend pointed out “OMG! look at that Suzie.” Lined up are rice bowls stylised as cute […]

Alienating Encounters

About two weeks ago I was fortunate to be on a twitter curator for @WeAreAustralia. We had some really hearty chats about ‘casual racism’ and these are the comments/inspirations that came out during the week. Have you had some recent alienating encounters?

Crowdfunding: Start Some Good

Vibewires interviews Suzanne Nguyen about my crowdfunding project for The Two Chairs. Part of the interview talks about how TheTwoChairs came be. Here are Top 5 Tips on how to run a successful crowdfund campaign: 1. Plan it It’s essential to do some legwork. Have some flyers ready, promote it beforehand. Find pledger to help […]