PAST EVENT: 5/10 @ 5P: Meet & Greet: Cassie & Christine of I'll Know It When I See It

PAST EVENT: 5/10 @ 5P: Meet & Greet: Cassie & Christine of I'll Know It When I See It

FRIDAY, MAY 10 @ 5:00P

Join us for an evening in conversation with Cassie and Christine, the founders, designers, and entrepreneurs behind I'll Know It When I See It™ -- one of the most beloved stationery lines in our shop! Join us for a lively conversation about the intersections between creativity, community, and culture, which will kick off a weekend-long pop-up shop of I'll Know It When I See It notebooks, totes, stickers, magnets, and more. Our discussion will be moderated by Julia Quon 關美欣, founder of Save Cantonese at CCSF.
We will also be launching a super secret exclusive tote bag during the event, designed by Cassie and Christine and honoring On Waverly's San Francisco Chinatown home! All RSVPs will be entered into a raffle to win a tote and other goodies.
This event is FREE but space is limited. RSVP today to secure your spot!

I'll Know It When I See It in conversation with Julia Quon
Friday, May 10:
- 5:00-5:45p - Q&A with IKIWISI and Julia Quon (please note: this is the same evening as the Chinatown Night Market, so there will be lots to enjoy in Chinatown this evening!)
- 5-8p- Meet & Greet and shop new merch from IKIWISI! There will be a raffle and 10% all purchases for RSVP's. 
Where: On Waverly, 162 Waverly Place, San Francisco, CA
The I'll Know It When I See It Pop-Up Shop will continue through Sunday, May 12, until 5pm! 
Meet our special guests: 
Cassie and Christine: I’ll Know It When I See It™ is a two-woman show creating sweet + slightly snarky paper goods™ + gifts from Vancouver, BC. Our products are sometimes nostalgic, often funny + occasionally Asian-inspired.

We aren't sisters but have been friends for more than 18 years, meeting in design school. Two years of team projects was the perfect incubator for building a business + design partnership. As Canadian born Chinese children of immigrants, we work hard to deliver a relatable mix of nostalgia, humour and insight in our goods, a point of view borne from our multicultural upbringing.

Making space for our culture seemed like a risk but it actually brought the best reward. It has deepened our authenticity in what we create, opening up all these wonderful connections to so many who feel the same resonance.

We hope our goods bring you connection, laughter + joy!
Julia Quon, 關美欣 is a passionate advocate for her community, born and raised in the vibrant city of San Francisco. As a child of immigrants from Hong Kong, she carries with her a deep appreciation for her cultural heritage. Julia is the founder of Save Cantonese at CCSF, where she champions the preservation of her native language and heritage.

With a background in maternal and child health, Julia is currently pursuing her graduate studies in nursing, driven by a desire to make a tangible difference in the lives of others. Prior to her academic pursuits, she served as the previous Postpartum Doula lead at San Francisco General Hospital and Health Educator at Huckleberry Youth Programs.  As a moderator, she is committed to fostering meaningful dialogue and promoting inclusivity within diverse spaces. 
For more about IKIWIS:
For more about Save Cantonese:
For more about On Waverly

Event is free. RSVP link is HERE.


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