See The Unseen is a collection of web experiments designed for people who internalize their traumas. Through my thesis, I explored a group of people who are suffering from traumas especially in cyberbullying and anti-Asian issues. I selected the issues that I can personally sympathize with well as I have been witnessing and experiencing so far. Suicide rates due to social media, especially in teenagers sharply increased during the late 2000s. In terms of anti-Asian issues, those in the United States have been reported long before the 1900s historically, but the current Atlanta spa shooting triggered so many people in AAPI communities. While the suicidal rate and the number of violence cases are increasing, it is hard to understand those cases from an individual level and get resources that are catered to victims internalizing traumas. The website showcases these "unseen" narratives in real-time. It suggests the next step and provides resources for the audiences to overcome their trauma together as a community. The website provides an open space to share personal narratives, make their voice heard, and take action. See The Unseen aims to encourage disconnected communities that lack social support.