Sherry Zhang 章雪莉

Kaiwāwahi | Editor

Sherry Zhang 章雪莉 is our Kaiwāwahi – Editor. Her whakapapa links to Fujian, China. She works across journalism, poetry and theatre. More of her writing can be found on The Spinoff, Starling, Ensemble, Metro and some other nooks she finds herself freelancing/dabbling in. Recently, she co-wrote Yang/Young/杨 (with Nuanzhi Zheng) for ATC's Here & Now Festival 2021. Prior to this, she was the Communications Manager for The Pantograph Punch. She's also been a financial journalism intern, retail girlie, free dishwasher at her parent's coffee shop and NCEA geography tutor. Virgo rising, Gemini moon, Virgo sun - she'll do almost anything for good yarn.

Everything By: Sherry Zhang 章雪莉


Juicy Spoiled Fruit!

The debut poetry anthology from the newest and naughtiest micro press out there, Āporo Press. Damien Levi, one of the co-editors of the collection with Amber Esau, shares his dreams for queer and takatāpui publishing in Aotearoa.


Chick Habit!

As if forming a punk band and getting your songs stolen wasn't enough, try being haunted by the ghost of your dead mother. Playwright Nuanzhi Zheng shares the story behind her newest play developed as part of Proudly Asian Theatre.


Meet Our New Kaiwāwahi!

Sherry Zhang 章雪莉 introduces herself and her vision as the new Editor of The Pantograph Punch.


Karen Hu and Sherry Zhang chat with Kiwi-Asian musicians on culture, identity and how we can have more diversity and inclusion in the Aotearoa music industry.


What’s Your Inhale | Exhale?

The PP whānau share moments of inhale and exhale.


What’s Hot? Our Winter Picks

July & August highlights across visual arts, books and fashion, from the Pantograph Punch whānau of writers and editors.


2020 sucked but the art was beautiful

The PP crew give you 10 art moments that made 2020 suck a little bit less.


Fruit Foragers

A personal essay on inherited knowledge and making use of what you find.


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