Clara Wang

Clara Wang is a freelance writer spending the year in Nashville who mostly muses about food, culture, sex, and the unbearable lightness of being a 5’0” Yellow girl quicker on her feet than Borat’s lawyers. Her work has been featured in publications such as Eater Austin, BuzzFeed, Refinery29, the Austin Chronicle, the Austin American Statesman, Daily Dot, and Giddy.

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Stir Fried: The delicious role Japan has played in Peruvian cuisine

In this new monthly column, writer Clara Wang dives into Asian diasporic stories through fusion food; first up: Japanese Peruvian dishes

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So many ways to ring in the Lunar New Year

China may be the biggest country to observe Lunar New Year, but different ethnic groups within the country celebrate the holiday differently

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Leo Vice Is Bringing More Asian Representation to the World of Porn

Writer Clara Wang talks with the 38-year-old Bay Area native about his unconventional career path, the antidote to toxic masculinity, and sex on a Peloton

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Nothing Will Stop Jiaoying Summers from Speaking her Truth

From Chinese politics to Asian beauty standards to penis jokes, nothing is off limits for this comedian


In Praise of American Chinese Food

Writer Clara Wang gives the history of the country’s most well-known American Chinese chains, and calls out the dishes they do best


What Do Chinese Food and Mexican Food Have in Common?

As writer Clara Wang shares, more than you’d think