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"Virtuous people often revenge themselves for the constraints to which they submit by the boredom which they inspire." Confucius

Don't inspire boredom by submitting to your constraints. But, if submitting is best for you, who cares if people are bored? And more ideas this Spring, 2019. Hello, friends. I'm thinking about control and submission. By submission, I'm not referring to BDSM, but if that's your jam, go on with your bad self. I'm referring to the graceful acceptance that we can't really control anything. This can also be seen as surrendering to the authority of the Universe, God, The Fates. I'm pondering how my ego reacts to the idea of "submitting" to being controlled where, with practice, I could "neutralize". And I'm allowing myself to fall more into Faith, because with Faith, submission is a gateway.

On another note about submitting, I and the other OurPerspective producers want you to submit your play. Calling all Asian American Pacific Islander playwrights! If you're in the Midwest, please submit your play of any length for consideration to be read at the Goodman Theatre on October 5 as part of Our Perspective: Asian American Play Readings. Submitting can be good.

And to you, faithful reader, I submit fun activities I'm up to this summer. I hope to see you there, here, anywhere. Thanks.


Playwriting for POC with Sue Pak
June 4 @ HANA Center

Learn how to tell your stories theatrically. Intended for POC, this workshop is for beginner playwrites. Learn more and buy your RSVP here.

"prefer not to answer, or other" Play Reading
June 15 @ The Martin

I read this play by Gavin Pak as part of the First Read Chicago Festival. Free show, 7:30pm. Read more about it here.



Yoga with Me

Practice complimentary yoga, yoga nidra, and meditation with me@YogaInternational.comInsight See my Chicago studio teaching schedule here.

Taichi in Millennium Park

I'm excited to teach taichi this summer in gorgeous downtown Chicago. Free classes, 7-8am. See the full schedule here. 
From great Kathleen:
Why did the worker get fired from the orange juice factory?

They couldn’t concentrate.

From funny Anita:
How many apples grow on a tree?
All of them!
"The Name Jar" Play Reading
June 22 @ Victory Gardens
I read this play by Sue Pak. Adapted from the Book "The Name Jar" by Yangsook Choi. Free show, 3:30pm. Read more about it here.
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