Ginger started her photography career in New York City, where her focus was on documenting multi-culturalism. After ten years into photography, Ginger made a career change, although she continued photographing her world-wide travels.
Ginger brings a cross-cultural perspective to whatever she does. Born of Chinese/Japanese parentage in China, she grew up in Japan and attended universities in Japan, the USA and in the UK. She believes diversity enriches the world and, therefore in her work as an executive coach, she engaged people to embrace their own and other’s cultural uniqueness.
Ginger’s love for photography brought her back to photography. She is passionately committed to documenting the plight of the Tibetan diaspora. Shaped by her own personal experience of being a refugee in her early life, she has travelled and photographed the Tibetan diaspora in India, Nepal, Europe and in USA for nearly a decade. Currently, she is working on a photography essay about her encounter with the people of the Tibetan diaspora, their leader, the Dalai Lama, and the actions they have taken to preserve their culture.