Chung-Wei Huang is a Taiwanese writer-director currently based in Baltimore. Her creative work explores outsider narratives and character-driven experiences of “othering,” with an emphasis on further exploring intersectional storytelling related to Asian-American and Asian culture in a cross-cultural context. Right now, she teaches at Towson University while working on her next project, Buck. She is one of the semifinalists for the 2018 Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize. Her feature film, Patric(ia)'s Funeral, received OCARC artist residency in 2019.