Mai’s Super Sweet 16 (Scum Mag, monthly column)
Stories from the Vietnam War: The Soldier’s Dog (SBS, December)
When having sex to fill a void becomes just bad sex (SBS Life, December)
The uncredited lady behind the Doctor Who theme song (frankie, December)
Failure By Design: Pop punk, internalised misogyny and me (The Brag, November)
My conservative Vietnamese family from western Sydney voted “yes” (Daily Life, November)
Ace graphic novels by women and non-binary people (frankie, November)
Review: Last Leaves, Other Towns Than Ours (Sydney Morning Herald, November)
Review: Niall Horan, Flicker (Sydney Morning Herald, October)
How to be a drummer with Lindy Morrison from the Go-Betweens (frankie, October)
There is no right way to be a writer (Writers Bloc, September)
Looking for Mai Tran: a new voice from the space between two cultures (The Pin, September)
The slow redemption of BoJack Horseman (Junkee, September)
Comic book ladies to the front (frankie, September)
Review: LCD Soundsystem, American Dream (Sydney Morning Herald, September)
The life of Maud Lewis (frankie, August)
A brief history of Broken Social Scene (frankie, August)
Review: Arcade Fire, Everything Now (Sydney Morning Herald, July)
Aussie podcasts for creative types (frankie, July)
Review: Haim, Something to Tell You (Sydney Morning Herald, July)
Sexual harassment is all too common at gigs, even without artists inciting it (Daily Life, June)
Review: Sufjan Stevens, Planetarium (Sydney Morning Herald, June)
Why Looking for Alibrandi is so damn important (BuzzFeed, June)
Meet the teen running Australia’s biggest Johnson & Friends archive
(Vice, May)
Cooking Vietnamese food is like having my family here with me (Daily Life, April)
The history of Dr Martens (frankie, April)
Beauty and the Beast‘s new Beast isn’t modern, he’s a modern day abuser (Daily Life, March)
I thought I’d never date younger men until I realised the double standard (Daily Life, March)
Dear younger me: here’s what I need you to know about being female (SBS Life, March)
Do you have a type, or are you just racist? (SBS Life, February)
Interview: Kurt Vile (frankie, February)
It’s okay, you’re not the only one who relates to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s Rebecca Bunch (Junkee, February)
Is sexting the new love letter? (New Zealand Herald, February)
Online dating has been a huge part of my life, and now I’m burnt out (Daily Life, February)
I have one of Australia’s most common surnames, but no one can pronounce it (BuzzFeed, January)
We’re finally seeing Asian movie characters portrayed as real people, and it’s a revelation (Daily Life, January)


It’s pointless to beg for closure (Daily Life, December)
A hiccup in your happiness (One Week One Band, December)
I am Vietnamese and Australian. Will my native tongue survive here? (SBS PopAsia, December)
What Donald Trump means to a young Asian-Australian (SBS PopAsia, December)
In this day and age, why do we insist that sex has to be penetrative? (Daily Life, November)
You or Your Memory: On writing memoir and family (Kill Your Darlings, November)
Why there is no place for single-sex schools in 2016 (Daily Life, November)
It’s time to scrap the abstinence model of sext education (Daily Life, November)
Excavate (Scum Mag, October)
How Australian actress Brenna Harding was born into her activism (Broadly, October)
It’s time to admit we haven’t solved the problem of contraception (Daily Life, October)
Meet the slow fade’s cousin, ghosting (Daily Life, September)
Why I’ll never let go of my childhood letters (Daily Life, August)
Realising that your love is not a miracle cure (Daily Life, July)
Having feelings on the internet is a power move (The Lifted Brow, July)
I’m angry about ethnic fusion food being splattered all over blogs (Daily Life, July)
Has the commercialisation of feminism helped or hurt the movement? (i-D, June)
How discussing my personal life with my parents changed our relationship for the better (Daily Life, June)
Why we need to change the way we talk about safe sex (Daily Life, June)
The irony of silencing feminists for speaking out about rape culture (Daily Life, May)
Why I’m grateful for the parental pressure I received as a child (Daily Life, May)
Why Gorman can’t ignore its fans (Daily Life, April)
The subversive act of befriending your ex’s new girlfriend (Daily Life, April)
Remembering LiveJournal: a generation’s unlikely introduction to feminism (i-D, April)
Learning that other people’s success is not your failure (Daily Life, April)
Why returning to antidepressants was an empowering choice (Daily Life, March)
Why I’m wary of men who call themselves feminists (Daily Life, March)
Everyday Fetishes: the people getting turned on by regular clothes (i-D, March)
Why call-out culture is worth defending (Daily Life, February)
Why do so many men assume young women don’t “get” culture? (Daily Life, February)
How to recover from a broken friendship (Daily Life, February)
The strange grief of losing a grandparent you barely knew (Daily Life, February)
Our faves may be problematic, but here’s why I’m standing by mine (Daily Life, February)
Struggling with weight in a fatphobic family (Daily Life, January)
You shouldn’t need to choose between your culture and social acceptance (Daily Life, January)
The under-appreciated value of short-term relationships (Daily Life, January)
The pain of seeing travel snaps from a home I cannot visit (Daily Life, January)


The importance of small wins in the battle against depression (Daily Life, December)
How casual sex helped me overcome vaginismus (Daily Life, December)
When the trauma of being fired feels like a bad breakup (Daily Life, November)


Closed for Business (Rookie, October)


Simon & Garfunkel (One Week One Band)