Sharon Ho Chang 張曉倫 Tiunn Hiáu-lûn is an award-winning Taiwanese American author, photographer, and activist. She has published two books, Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children In a Post-Racial World and Hapa Tales and Other Lies: A Mixed Race Memoir About the Hawai’i I Never Knew. Her writing has also appeared in BuzzFeed, ThinkProgress, Racism Review, Hyphen Magazine, ParentMap Magazine, South Seattle Emerald, The Seattle Globalist, AAPI Voices and the International Examiner. Sharon was named 2015 Social Justice Commentator of the Year by The Seattle Globalist and 2016 Favorite Local API Author / Writer by International Examiner readers. She won the inaugural Northwest Journalists of Color Visual Storytelling Grant in 2019 and was awarded a 2020 Facebook COVID-19 Journalism Project Grant to cover coronavirus impacts on communities of color. Sharon is currently Managing Editor at the South Seattle Emerald and hopes to write a third book on the Taiwanese American diaspora. She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband, son, and three fur babies and tries to get back to 台灣 every chance she gets.