On Growing Up

Forever Young – Archer Magazine, issue #14: the GROWING UP issue
The Trauma of Discipline: What constitutes a reasonable chastisement? – Griffith Review 65: Crimes and Punishments
I was bullied because I was a soft target, not because I was “unlikeable”SBS Voices
How I felt watching Summer Heights High as a teenSBS Life
Let’s talk about sex – what I wish I knew as an Asian-Australian teen – SBS Life
How nerd camp saved my life – SBS Life
Shouldering ShameKill Your Darlings
O is for Online Dating – F is for Feminism
Hazy Dreams – Eyebag Magazine, issue 2
Changing Childhoods – Dear Damsels
Reclaiming My Independence – Feminartsy

On Race

Australia, please don’t use coronavirus as an excuse to be racist – Whimn
The Very Model of an Model Ethnic MinorityMeanjin, Summer 2018
AOC speech not racist, just code switchingEureka Street
Never again locked out by whiteness – Eureka Street
Dangerous Ideas (Republished) – The Berlin Review of Books
The fight for our stories is far from overSBS Life
Monkey BusinessOverland
Work – Where are you really from? zine
Australia, I’m Tired of Your Casual Racism – Catalogue Magazine
Dear Television: Let’s Stop Wondering if Australia is Racist – Catalogue Magazine
What Does it Actually Mean to ‘Put Australians First’? – Catalogue Magazine
Women of Colour are Superheroes Too – Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Newsletter
Sexual Racism: Why Do You Swipe Right? – The Quo
We’re Coming to Swamp You All – The Quo

On Parents

The Upside of Illness: Behind the Chinese PatriarchHomer
Sending nudes is different when you have Chinese parents – SBS Voices
I hid my teen battle with depression from my parents – SBS Life
How to coax stories out of your quiet parentsSBS Life
Livin’ on a Prayer – Tincture Journal, Issue 20
Family Illnesses – mous magazine, Issue 3

On Culture

Fangirls: how a new musical celebrating teenage girls became a Brisbane festival hitThe Guardian
Engaging thoughtfully with racist Disney – Eureka Street
Why Arts Funding is More Important Than Ever – Catalogue Magazine
What I’m ReadingMeanjin Blog
Behind the Bamboo Screen – Brain Mill Press
Stories we grew up with: The Moon (China)Djed Press
Cultural appropriation a year after Shriver furoreEureka Street


The pay gap bowl-out in women’s sports – The Quo
Questions of Home, Questions of Taste  – Rambutan Literary
Desire (Romeo & Juliet) – Story (QPAC)
Still a long way to go – period – Eureka Street
Shut Them Down: Australia’s Abusive Offshore Detention Estategal-dem
Enough Exposure: Why We Pay Our WritersDjed Press
So You Studied Arts. Now What?The Cusp


Disobedient Daughtersun Projects
Review: David Carlin and Francesca Rendle-Short, eds. The Near and the Far: New Stories from the Asia-Pacific regionSoutherly Journal: 77.2, The Long Apprenticeship
Review: A Greater Music by Bae Suah, translated by Deborah Smith – Structo Magazine
A Response to ‘One the Bear’Hot Chicks with Big Brains
Will We Be Right?: Melanie Cheng’s Australia Day
Kill Your Darlings
‘How Australian is Australian Enough?’: A Review of Roanna Gonsalves’ The Permanent Resident – The Lifted Brow
Single Asian Female: No Topic is Taboo in Michelle Law’s Impressive Debut – The Guardian


Faizal Abdullah and “Hawa”Pencilled In
Edith Podesta and “Bitch: Origin of the Female Species”Pencilled In
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Marielle Ong – The Quo
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Nathalie Farah – The Quo
Next Gen Composer John Rotar Talks World Premiere – CutCommon
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Josephine Dias – The Quo


The Land of the New Year – Koru Mag, Issue 2
Storm – Djed Press
Firecracker – Halo Lit Magazine
Azure – Rambutan Literary
More – Stripped Lit
Summer – Effervescent Magazine
Tremblings – Halcyon
Climbing, Reaching- – The Regal Fox
Extinguishing – Miniatures


YEN-RONG WONG: Tearing apart the Asian woman stereotype, one word at a time – The Pin
Working with Words: Yen-Rong Wong – Wheeler Centre
A Conversation with Yen-Rong WongLiminal Magazine
Best Feminist Books
Writers Bloc
Interview with Marisa Wikramanayake (Diversity Roundup, Jan-Feb 2017) – Australian Women Writers
Q&A: Yen-Rong Wong of Pencilled In (& HCwBB!) – Hot Chicks with Big Brains
Pencilled In – UQ Blog


New Marvels, New Lenses: A Podcast about DOCTOR STRANGE (2016) Podcast with Rachel Merrick, Amelia DiTommaso, hosted by Matthew Finch