Taking a mythological trope that exists in many countries, the story of the Moon Rabbit traces a commonality between the three artists: Darryl Chin, Olyvia Hong, and Wai Ching Chan. This myth, probably esoteric to most, becomes the unreliable cultural marker. It allows for the creation of new meanings; a space to redefine tradition and stereotypes.
Folklore, while acting as a point of union, is also an advocate for the reconstruction of personal narratives. These artists seek to rupture oral histories, negotiate new spaces and break the conventional image of minorities.