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Jing Jing Tsong still hasn’t decided what she wants to be when she
grows up. She thinks she might not have fully transitioned from being
a dog in her past life because one of her favorite things to do is ride
in the car while her husband drives. He calls this, “Driving Miss Lazy.”
Unlike her dog, Jing Jing’s teeth are really crooked. This is why she never smiles
with bared teeth for the camera. BUT since she laughs a lot, there are many photos
which look like she inadvertently got a bunch of Chiclets stuck in her mouth.
In her next life (given that she probably will not achieve satori), she would like to be a whale—
traveling great distances singing songs and hiding from humans.
Her dad says this is crazy, which makes the idea even more appealing.
Jessie Colin Young, artwork commission for single, 2018 iTunes art, For My Sisters.
Feathers and Hair, What Animals Wear (by Jennifer Ward, published by Simon and Schuster 2017) receives a Silver Parent’s Choice Award, 2017 New York Public Library Best Book for Kids and Teens, 2018 NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Book, Bank Street College of Education Best Children's Books of the Year 2018.
McDonald's commission for the 2017 Year of the Rooster promotions.
Interviewed for Robert Ito’s article for the Sunday New York Times exploring how different artists have interpreted the demi-god Maui.
Illustrations for Shanghai Sukkah, by Heidi Hyde are recognized with a Sydney Taylor Honor Book Award 2016.
Commissioned for the officialartwork of the 2015 National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C.
In 2014, illustrations for the New York Times Best Selling Children’s Picture Book,A Bucket of Blessings (Kabir Sehghal and Surishtha Sehghal,published by Simon and Schuster).
Two illustrations chosen for theUnited States Postal Service 2014 Winter Fun Forever Stamps.