Lulu Cheng is a 1.5 generation 'American Chinese.' She was born in Beijing, grew up in Texas, and like many children of immigrants, is fluent in navigating the space between worlds. She leads the search team at Pinterest and has spent the better part of a decade scaling some of the most beloved consumer software products in the world. As a writer, illustrator, and performer, her creative work explores identity, often through a humorous lens. Her work has been published in Quartz and Slant'd, and by Nomadic Press.
Irving Ruan is a Chinese American comedy writer and performer based in California. He is a contributing writer at The New Yorker and McSweeney's.