A two photo collage featuring a vintage photo of a mother holding her baby in China, and an abstract
acupuncture drawing with Chinese text superimposed over photo of a young
Chinese girl.
“The truth is, I no longer feel Chinese. And even though I've been a citizen of the United States for more than half a century, I don't exactly feel like an American either…”

Expressing her roots in two countries through humor and experimental imagery, sculptor and self-proclaimed “old Chinese lady” Kit-Yin Snyder explores her own identity and proves that it's never too late to take a risk by making her first film at age 68.

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