Hi, I‘m Mumico. I am Bisexual.

I was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and is currently living in Taipei, working as a health exam doctor. My younger brother, who's two years younger than me, works as a internal physician. My father is a doctor running a clinic and my mom was a teacher. It's quite typical for a Taiwanese family to push kids into medicine if they did good grades in high school; so there was a big shock when I told them that I don't want to be a doctor in the future. After years of negotiation, we came to better understanding of each other. Although they still think doctor is the best job in the world, they respect and support my decisions as long as I am financially independent. I have great passion in singing and performing art and studied theatre directing at East 15 Acting School, UK, after I graduated from medical school. And now I've been working on productions with my ex, who is also a theatre director from Nanjing, China. We are looking forward to have our own theatre company in the future. I am interested in social issues and am a member of Medical Labor Condition Group. I also joined Bi the Way, the bi group in Taiwan, and host regular bi activities. I enjoy meeting bi people all over the world and had been visiting local bi people or community while I traveled abroad in America, Europe and Asia. I am a Buddhist and I find the Buddhist teaching very similar to the values I learn from bi movement. Though I didn't study enough philosophy, I am also a existentialist in my daily life.

What being bisexual means to me

It means freedom, that to love is to be free.
I never believe that loving someone is to lock that person up.
I am a monogamist but also a relationship anarchist.

Being bi also means meeting wonderful, open-minded people all over the world :)

What I would like the world to know about bisexuals

Bi people are as ordinary as anyone, and as special as anyone too.