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China Expats and Culture Blog

Jinna Wang

Jinna Wang is a contributing writer for TutorMing. She grew up in the city of Harbin in northern China, and attended college at NYU where she majored in Finance and Management. In her spare time, Jinna likes to travel, eat, and write about both.

Recent Posts

5 Chinese Beauty Hacks To Make You Look Amazing

Jinna Wang | July 02, 2019

If you are a fan of all things beauty, you might have noticed an influx of Asian influence in your local beauty shops as of late.

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6 Inspirational Chinese Women You Should Know About

Jinna Wang | March 29, 2017

Without any doubt, women are amazing. Throughout history, women have been educators and warriors, rulers and scientists, artists and mothers and so much more. In honor of Women’s History month, we created a list of inspirational women throughout Chinese history, past and present.

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10 Things You Must Eat At A Taiwanese Night Market

Jinna Wang | March 14, 2017

There is a legendary destination created out of a foodie's fantasy, where you can sample hundreds of different drool-inducing delicacies. Where you can eat for hours, even days, from one end of the street to the other without repetition. Where you will leave with your belly a lot fuller, and your wallet only slightly thinner.

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What is CCTV Chinese New Year's Gala?

Jinna Wang | January 19, 2017

The year of the monkey has quickly gone by, and the year of the rooster is coming up quickly, which means…Chinese New Year is almost here! 

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Why Is Din Tai Fung So Mind-Blowingly Delicious

Jinna Wang | October 05, 2016

Ahh, Din Tai Fung. This is probably the (albeit unfortunately abbreviated) "DTF" that your Asian friends are referring to.If you are an Asian food aficionado, surely you have heard of Din Tai Fung, the world famous restaurant chain that specializes in xiao long bao, or soup dumplings.

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5 Fascinating Chinese Sub-Cultures

Jinna Wang | September 30, 2016

If you are familiar with words such as “yuppie” or “hipster,” then you already know what subcultures are. A subculture is a group of people within a larger culture that differentiates itself through distinct beliefs, values, styles of clothing, or choices of music.

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