Jaime is an occasional critic and former art worker from Hong Kong. She was a contributing editor for Spike Art Magazine and πšŒπš‘πšŠπš’πš›πš™πšŽπš›πšœπš˜πš— of Chaoyang Trap, a experimental group chat newsletter about contemporary life in China (2021–2023). She currently lives in Hong Kong, where she is working on an essay as the recipient of the 2023 Silvers Foundation Grant. She studied human rights, international law, and the history of capitalism and works to support legal assistance for migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong.


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29.02.2024 γ€ŠCamera Eats First》 will be exhibited in "Dear Reader" organized by Cici Wu and Elaine W. Ho at Loong Mah, New York until 10 March 2024
23.02.2024 Presented "To Whom It May Concern: Memeing Social Change in post-2019 Hong Kong" for the Virtual Publics in the Memosphere conference at Dartmouth College
17.11.2023 Moderated a discussion panel on the postcolonial longing for form for Cici Wu's "Belonging and Difference" at Empty Gallery with Yeewan Kwon, Linda Lai, and Elaine W. Ho
07.05.2023 π‘΄π’Šπ’”π’•π’š π‘ͺπ’π’π’π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’π’π’” π‘Ήπ’‚π’…π’Šπ’ β˜” 倒中人電台, a broadcasting for Critical Circulation MI at Ultradependent Public School, BAK (Utrecht)
14.03.2023 New zine: γ€ŠCamera Eats First 2: Guangxi Mifen Diary》
12.01.2023 Review of The Impossible City and Indelible City in The Baffler
25.12.2022 Resources for Repairment
10.05.2022 No longer based in Beijing
31.01.2022 I made a zine about Hong Kong November 2021-January 2022: γ€ŠCamera Eats First》