Sarah Cheang is a candidate for a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Virginia with an undergraduate degree in Landscape Studies in Hong Kong. Growing up, she immersed herself in exploring the ambiguous boundaries between nature and urban environments in Hong Kong, an experience that profoundly influences her approach to design. Passionate about uncovering intriguing narratives within landscapes, Sarah is dedicated to experimenting with various media to convey their nuanced complexities. Inspired by the history of the Midwest landscape, she is excited for an adventure in Iowa this summer. This leads her to Genus, where she hopes to further explore the intricate weaving of socio-ecological networks within design practices.