Must-have foods throwing off your qi 氣 (vital energy)? When in doubt, have some bok choi or pu-er tea! “Yeet hay” in Cantonese is our elders' way of saying too much of a good thing is bad for you.


"You ate all the chicken wings, so Yeet Hay!"
Make a statement! These fun and comfortable everyday t-shirts are sure to be a conversation piece.

  • manufactured by a local small business. Chinatown Wonders #supportslocal
  • 7.4-oz, 60/40 cotton/polyester
  • combed ring spun cotton
  • ultra soft 30 single jersey
  • rib knit collar
  • taped neck and shoulders
  • sleeve and hem double needle cover stitch


If Vancouver is the most Asian city in North America, then it’s also the most bicultural. It’s not uncommon to see the melding of cultures where language and verbal expressions become common usage amongst diverse language groups, creating a shared lexicon. This phenomenon can also be seen in other major cities across North America. The bicultural t-shirts are a celebration of that phenomenon, one that is uniquely global and a recognition that language can transcend cultural boundaries and enjoy acceptance and common understanding. At a minimum, they’re sure to be a conversation piece!

designer: HamazakiWong

t-shirt unisex - yeet hay 熱氣 - chicken wings

    • machine wash inside-out with like colours 
  • each purchase of apparel is final sale