Xintian Wang

Xintian Tina Wang is a bilingual journalist covering cultural stereotypes and innovations, including gender and sexuality, arts, business, and technology. Her recent work appears in TIME, ARTNews, Huffpost, Teen Vogue, VICE, The Daily Beast, Inc. Magazine etc. She is also the director of events for the Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA) New York Chapter. As a journalist of color and a visual storyteller, she is constantly speaking for cultural minority groups whose voices are buried in mainstream discourses. Her documentary Size 22 won the "Best Short Documentary" at the Boston Short Film Festival and an "Audience Award" at the New England Film Festival. Her photography work is featured in TIME, HuffPost, The Sunday Times, Air Mail, etc. Visit her website at

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The do’s and don’ts of Lunar New Year branding

Not your typical gift guide, but some candid critiques you’ve been secretly itching to receive

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How Mandopop and Cantopop break social stereotypes and embrace gender inclusivity

These Chinese language pop subgroups deserve more recognition in the U.S.—and for more than just the music

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Finally, Asian American Dolls Take Center Stage

Move aside, Barbie—these pioneering AA+PI doll creators show there’s room for more than one look on the shelves

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Chinese Puppetry Lives on in American Classrooms

New York-based artists are introducing the art form to schools and bringing a new look to the ancient art form

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‘We Are All Tang Ladies’

Artist Nina Kuo weighs in on navigating the intricate balance between her American upbringing and her Chinese heritage through a multi-year series of ‘Tang Ladies’