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Xintian Tina Wang is the co-author of the book Just Between Us: A collection of secrets, scandals, and self-sabotage (The Delacorte Review, 2022), and  Journey to the West: The Biography of Kathy Phuong Luu (Storysavor, 2024). 

Besides writing and reporting for distinguished publications in the U.S., Xintian Wang also acts as a Mandarin interpreter for The New York Magazine, The New York Times, and The MIT Technology Review to help with complex projects and books that need English- Mandarin translation and bilingual reporting.

Journey to the West: The Biography of Kathy Phuong Luu

(Storysavor, 2024)

Journey to the West: The Biography of Kathy Phuong Luu is now available on Amazon. From Hong Kong refugee camp to Washington D.C., Kathy's journey is a testament to the indomitable human spirit. At just 13, Kathy embarked on a perilous journey with her mother, fleeing their homeland Vietnam in search of freedom. Through perilous seas and years of uncertainty, they persevered with unwavering courage. But Kathy's story doesn't end there. In America, Kathy faced new challenges, but her spirit shone brighter than ever. From a nail technician to the proud owner of Spa Logic, her journey is one of resilience, entrepreneurship, and family bonds.

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Just Between Us: A collection of secrets, scandals, and self-sabotage

(The Delacorte Review, 2022)

Just Between Us can be purchased here on Amazon. In this book, people share real-life stories about choices they made, the consequences that ensued, and disclose whether they now look back with excitement, contentment, or regret. In every one of these stories, a boundary was crossed, a social norm was deviated from, something unexpected happened or went wrong. The stories are shared not just by New Yorkers but individuals from all walks of life, from all corners of the globe.


Xintian Tina Wang published two short nonfiction stories titled "Sex Ed" and "You Like Photography, Too?" and an oral history longform piece titled "Where Coming Out Can Still Be Dangerous An Oral Story"in this book. 

The Delacorte Review appears in print four times a year and is published in cooperation with the Columbia Journalism School and The Delacorte Center for Magazine Journalism.

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