Blogs

Yang-May has a number of blogs, each devoted to a separate theme.

 Bound Feet Blues: A Life Told in Shoes – Blog

Bound Feet Blues is a solo story performance written and performed by Yang-May Ooi. It interweaves the story of her great-grandmother who had bound feet and Yang-May’s own personal coming out journey, told through the shoes in her life – from stillettoes and expensive Italian pumps to trainers, hiking boots and biker boots. Yang-May is also writing an accompanying book to go with the show

The Bound Feet Blues blog charts the progress of the show and book – including reflections, stories and research related to the themes of this cross-platform creative project.

>>Go to the Bound Feet Blues Blog

 Little Remarkable Moments – Blog

Little Remarkable Moments is a blog about noticing and appreciating the remarkable in the ordinary moments of our lives. It came into being when creative artist Yang-May Ooi made a new year’s resolution in 2015 to appreciate each moment – and decided that keeping an online journal of little remarkable moments in her year (and beyond) would help her in this mindfulness project.

>> Go to the Little Remarkable Moments Blog

StoryGuru.co.uk – Blog

Yang-May is currently less active on the StoryGuru blog while she is working on developing Bound Feet Blues for its return to the West End at the end of 2015. She is focusing her blogging stamina on the Bound Feet Blues and Little Remarkable Moments blogs. So to follow her current reflections and updates please go to either of those blogs.

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About Yang-May Ooi

Yang-May Ooi is a creative artist whose work explores the transformational power of personal narrative. She has been an award-winning TEDx speaker, bestselling author and acclaimed story performer. Her sell out solo story performance, Bound Feet Blues, was showcased in London's West End in Oct 2014. to 4+ Star reviews. The show returns to the Tristan Bates Theatre for a 3 week run in Nov 2015 - see www.BoundFeetBlues.co.uk

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