Frankie Huang, Author at SupChina
Frankie Huang

Frankie Huang was born in Beijing and raised in New Jersey. She currently lives in Shanghai, where she works as a strategist at Inner Chapter, an idea studio. Having lived all her life wedged between the proverbial East and West, she is interested in the ways globalization cross-pollinates cultures and leads to new growths. She writes on topics of Chinese diaspora, contemporary Chinese culture, and feminism. Follow her on Twitter @ourobororoboruo

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Memes have become a way to appreciate and participate in popular culture, a way to find solidarity, construct identity,…

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‘A Gay’s Life’: First-of-its-kind web game explores LGBT Chinese experience

It’s tough being gay and Chinese. An interactive browser game, playable here, takes players…

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Jin Yong, China’s late great novelist, was a world-creator who shaped Chinese imagination

Clockwise from top left: The Deer and the Cauldron; Book and Sword; Gratitude and Revenge; The Return of the Condor Heroes; The Smiling,…

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