Media Coverage & Press
Spark (CBC), "Is tech a space that welcomes everyone?" Toronto group tackles digital justice. (2018)
Prison Radio Show (CKUT), August 25 Interview (2017).
Exhibitionists (CBC Arts), If you don't see it, make it! These Asian comic artists are taking charge of telling their own stories. (2017)
People of Interest (CKUW Radio 95.9fm), August 8, 2017 Interview. (2017)
Fresh Air (CBC), Lorraine Chuen on her first comic and lessons from her mom (2017)
Munchies (VICE), The Struggles of Writing About Chinese Food as a Chinese Person (2017)
Media Girlfriends, Episode 8: Lorraine Chuen Says Sometimes Love Is Quiet, Sometimes It's Not There At All (2017)
Masq Magazine, The Dirty Eraser (2017)
CBC Radio, Cultural appropriation cuisine (2017)
Talks & Workshops
Invited Speaker: “Telling Stories With Data and Information Visualization” for Social Network Analysis graduate seminar at the University of Ottawa (2018).
Panel Organizer & Moderator, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Open Research and Open Education at OpenCon 2017, Berlin. (2017).
Webinar, Building Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Communities. BCcampus. (2017)
Invited Case Study Presenter, The Global is Local, Scholarly Communications in the Global South at the FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Institute, San Diego. (2017)
Workshop Facilitator: "Pocket Histories: Zine-making to Share Community Stories" at the Allied Media Conference, Detroit. (2017)
Invited speaker: "Digital Storytelling as Activism" for Media Tactics for Advocacy seminar at University of Toronto Scarborough, Toronto. (2017)
Invited speaker: "Open Access from the Student Perspective, Highlights & Hurdles". Accelerating Research: Open Access in Ontario Symposium, hosted by the Ministry for Research and Innovation, Toronto. (2016)
Invited workshop participant: FORCE11 Workshop: Defining the Scholarly Commons: Reimagining Research Communication, Madrid. (2016)