Lavinia Liang is a writer and journalist.
Her work has appeared in TIME, The Atlantic, Roads & Kingdoms, The South China Morning Post, PAPER Magazine, and elsewhere.
She is a graduate of Princeton University.
The Uncertain Future of a Migrant School in Beijing CityLab (The Atlantic) | June 24, 2019
Looking for Love (Again) in Beijing Roads & Kingdoms | March 27, 2019
The Facebook Group Rallying Asian Youth Around the World SupChina | March 29, 2019
Can You Really Find Love on ‘Subtle Asian Dating?’ Goldthread (The South China Morning Post) | March 13, 2019
A History of the Supreme Court TIME Special Edition (print) | October 13, 2017
Meet the Man Making Replicas of Mark Zuckerberg’s T-Shirts FORTUNE | August 4, 2017
The Dark Implications of Facial Swap Filter Technology PAPER Magazine | June 11, 2019
I Was a Horse Girl, But I Never Saw Myself Reflected in the Books I Read and Loved Bustle | May 2, 2019
Little Fish Nassau Weekly | October 2, 2016
‘The Farewell’ Gets Intimate with Chinese American Identity RADII | August 5, 2019
How the ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Parents Revolutionize Asian American Representation Bustle | June 5, 2019
The Sensitive Folk-Pop of Li Jian SupChina | February 8, 2019
10 Short Works in Translation for the Summer Words Without Borders | August 29, 2016