Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Jamie Chung actress


Jamie Chung
The Gifted – Season 2 (until November 1 2018)
c/o Atlanta Metro Studios
6010 Studio Way
Union City, GA 30291-2090

Dear Ms. Chung,

My name is Matt Winick and I enjoy watching you act in movies and TV. Shows. Also I am a fan of your work. Ms. Chung I think you are a wonderful and talented in acting and being an actress.  My favorite movies that you played in are Eden, It’s Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, Big Hero 6 and The Man With Iron Fist. Eden was a powerful movie  about a Korean immigrant named Eden who is kidnapped and is struggling to survive trying to get out of human trafficking.  Ms. Chung you did an excellent job portraying as Eden because I liked on how you made her have great courage to not give up hope when she was struggling to get out of human trafficking. The movie help show awareness to me about the need to end human trafficking. It’s Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong was a great comedy drama movie about two strangers who is Ruby and Josh where they both meet in Hong Kong where they develop a friendship, talk about different topics, and kind of develop feelings for each other.  Big Hero 6 was a great Disney movie about Hiro, a 14 year old boy who struggles on dealing with the loss of his brother and makes friends with Baymax, a robot who tries to help motivate Hiro which results in Hiro creating a superhero team with Tadashi’s friends to fight crime. In Big Hero 6 I thought you did an excellent job making Go Go a great character in the movie because I liked on how you made her have unique traits like being very athletic,  using science to help save the world, and working to help Hiro when he has a trouble with understanding life including losing his brother. Besides watching you act in movies I enjoy watching you act in different tv shows.  My favorite tv shows that you play in are Samurai Girl and Once Upon A Time.  Samurai Girl was my favorite miniseries because I really enjoy the plot about a girl named Heaven who is training to be a samurai to fight back against the Yakuza after they attack her family. In Samurai Girl I thought you did a really excellent job playing Heaven in the mini series and I was amazed on how you were able to some samurai moves.

Besides enjoying your acting, I like your activism to help improve society.  In your activism like advocating for Civil Rights including people with disabilities rights to reduce discrimination and express the need to end human trafficking while raise awareness about the need to expand programs to help victims of human trafficking get help on dealing with their trauma.   Also I like on how you are using your role as an Asian American to help support Asian American causes like advocate for Asian Americans with disabilities’ rights, expressing the need for more educational awareness about Asian American culture to help teach people, and heavily expressing the need for more Asian Americans to have roles in the entertainment industries including movies.  Ms. Chung, I have autism with a learning disability. Having a disability is hard for me because I have trouble comprehending on learning different advance subjects, sometimes I struggle to communicate my thoughts, and get teased. Your commitment to be an advocate for Civil Rights including people with disabilities’ rights really inspires me to work hard on my disability. Also your role as an Asian American role model helps gives me motivation to continue to be proud to be an Asian American when I struggle with a disability and when some Asians including some Asian Americans tease me or get judgmental about me not meeting their standards.  Also your activism helps me continue to learn more history and social justice.

I strongly believe that you are a very talented actress. Also you do such an excellent job making your characters have different unique traits. Your activism to help improve society and to help Asian Americans is common sense and very inspirational.  You have inspired me to continue to work hard on my disability, try my best to be confident as an Asian American with a disability when there are struggles, and be motivated to learn more history with social justice. I was wondering if you could please give me some advice about how to work hard on my disability or be a confident Asian American.  Here is a picture of me for you to keep as a gift to you for inspiring me and $5 for you to use to help your activism.  Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, working hard to do an excellent job acting with your activism, and inspiring me.  I wish you the best for the future and to do well in acting.


Matt Winick

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