"Last year, Jen and I lost our little brother, and that was a very hard time for us. But I think that both of us used our art afterwards to kind of get back on our feet 'cause it's sort of this unimaginable thing, neither of us saw it coming. So I believe that there's always a way to go on even when things get really bad, even when it's the end, you know? The world ends tomorrow and one person is left alive, and that person's you. Could you go on? Yeah, I think so. I believe that there's always something to go on." -Teresa Lee
"I don't want to believe that there's nothing, that there's no hope, because then that's even more sad. It's even more sad to believe that there's bad things and there's no one there. I think it's nice to think that there's hope. I think that's the main thing that I was drawn to [about the church]." -Jenyi Lee
"Beyond Belief" is a five-part series on "NBC Asian America Presents...," a digital video channel that will feature original content centered around themes and voices found in Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. "NBC Asian America Presents..." videos can also be watched on NBC Asian America's Facebook page, NBC News' official YouTube channel, and the NBC News app available on mobile devices, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
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WATCH MORE "BEYOND BELIEF":
- Episode 1: For Rapper G Yamazawa, Art 'Is a Spiritual Process'
- Episode 2: DJ Mark Redito Is Building Community Through Music, Faith
- Episode 3: Artist-Activist Taz Ahmed Is Creating Spaces for the South Asian, Muslim Community
- Episode 4: From Classical Music to 'Hotline Bling,' Meet the Sikh American Violinist Creating 'Universal Music'
- Episode 5: Twins, Artists Share How Faith Has Shaped Their Work and Life Stories