Jaddie Fang

Jaddie Fang was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, grew up in Taoyuan, and currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland working as a freelancer and independent curator since 2017. Working as an independent curator, writer, film translator, and artist, her works include photography, music, and writing under the pseudonym "小玉", "小鬻, or Jaddie Fang in Taiwan. Her articles are seen periodically on Red Bull Taiwan, and in 2019 she began working on "Reactionary Bodies," a book project on global portraits of women and queer skateboarding.

Stories by Jaddie Fang
The Tuareg guitarist talks about poetry in translation, legacies of colonization, and building his first guitar using bicycle brake cables

Mdou Moctar's music carries memories through traditional guitar rhythms, a fusion between the desert nomads and modern diaspora.

The weekly show airs on WTMD on Friday nights

The show is a two-hour listening experience that is about experience, not acquisition.

An interview with Ottobar’s Tecla Tesnau and Todd Lesser and WWR’s KK Yeh

Yeh, Tesnau, and Lesser spoke with me about the importance of a robust local music industry, adapting during the pandemic, and deeply missing the visceral experience of live music.