Jessica Sung

Jessica Sung

Through cultural understanding, one can continuously develop their own artistic vision.

The vision determines the sincerity of the work, and the story reflects the depth of the culture.

This is the lifestyle she gave herself as an artist. It is genuine, and opens the door for cultures to appreciate each other through arts.

Taiwan You Have My Back

This design was used as the volunteer shoulder bag in 2016.  With so many volunteers supporting TAIWANfest, it was akin to a group of people who are committed to having Taiwan on their back.


The festive staple of toasting is ubiquitous and nearly every culture has its own variation on this gesture of goodwill. Whether it is the French “Santé”, German “Prost”, Scandinavian “Skål” or others, toasting and merrymaking go hand in hand.

But at that split second when the glasses clink, a solitary sound amidst the festivities, one moment is suspended in the air. It could be simple and it could be complex; it could be a tribute to the past or a dream for the future. It could be a hope, a desire, a wish shared by all who are present. It is a moment of inspiration.

Yet what are the influences that drive us to the toast? For what reason do we seek this unity, this inclusion in the collective? What is that something we strive for, so obviously bigger and better and grander than any one of us could achieve alone?

“Kanpai, Japan!” is an exploration of these influences, connecting the island nations of Japan and Taiwan, and again with Canada. Join us for a collective Kanpai!

Artwork-Japan Kanpai

Kanpai, Japan!