Xintian Tina Wang

Xintian Tina Wang is a bilingual journalist covering cultural stereotypes and innovations, including gender & sexuality, arts, business, and technology. Her recent work appears in TIME, ARTNews, HuffPost, Teen Vogue, VICE, Observer, Inc. Magazine, etc. She is also the Director of Events at 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 Boston Short Film Festival and an "Audience Award" at New England Film Festival. Her photography work is featured in TIME, HuffPost, The Sunday Times, Air Mail, etc.

Entertainment & Influence

Q&A with Director Yen Tan on "All That We Love" at the 2024 Tribeca Festival


In his latest film, Chinese American writer and director Yen Tan explores grief and renewal.

Mental Wealth

Why K-Dramas Are Changing Lives: A Conversation with Therapist Jeanie Chang


In her new book, Jeanie Chang explores the profound impact K-Dramas can have on breaking the cycles of trauma.