Look The Personal is Political: Things I Wish My Doctor Knew, plenary at Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health conference, 27-28 February 2020. From left: Chiedza Malunga (facilitator), Sundus Ibrahim, Jinghua Qian, Desiree Tan, and Fatu Sillah. Photo: Nynno Bel-Air Photography. Queer Futures, Dancehouse, 2 February 2019. Jinghua Qian, Isabella Whāwhai Waru (pictured), Quinn Eades and Nunzio Madden. Photo: Jamie James. Interviewing artist Naup Waup for Inter Views at Big West Festival, 28 November 2015. Photo: Carla Gottgens. Growing Up Chinese in Australia, ACMI, 24 February 2015. From left: Benjamin Law, William Yang, Tseen Khoo, Annette Shun Wah and Jinghua Qian. Queering the Margins, Wheeler Centre, 28 November 2014. From left: Noel Tovey, Jinghua Qian, Anton Enus, Alyena Mohummadally and Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli. Does Feminism Speak for All Women? MCWH Public Forum, 2013.Launching Dude trans male magazine #3 (2013).Bent TV with Lisa Skye.Melbourne Writers Festival panel, 2015.Doris Leadbetter Poetry Cup, 2012. Cherchez La Femme: Feminism & Hair, 1 July 2014. From left: Karen Pickering, Candy Bowers, Madeleine Hamilton and Jinghua Qian. Asian-Australian Studies Research Network conference ‘Mobilities,’ Immigration Museum, 27 November 2015. From left: Arjun Rajkhowa, Jessie Richardson, Jinghua Qian. Founded by Jinghua Qian, POC THE MIC ran from 2010 to 2012. Poster by Texta Queen. Performing with the Ladies of Colour Agency (co-starring Raina Peterson and Loretta Miauw) at Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2007. Photo: Sophie Neate.