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Jennifer Wong is a Chinese Australian writer, comedian, MC, and food enthusiast from Sydney. She’s the presenter of Chopsticks or Fork?, a six-part ABC series about Chinese restaurants in regional Australia.

In her popular ABC Everyday column, she writes about mental health, cultural identity, and food. She’s also written for Monocle, ABC News, SBS News, Broadsheet, and ABC Radio National.

As a comedian, she’s performed at arts and comedy festivals in Australia, Edinburgh, and China.

Smart wordplay and elegant cheek.

The Sydney morning herald
Her most recent solo stand-up show, How To English Harder, was sold out at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and at Sydney’s Belvoir St Downstairs.

She’s the creator and host of live stand-up shows Lunar New Year Comedy and The Special Comedy Comedy Special, which showcase Australia’s funniest Asian comedians.

As an interviewer, she hosted 40 episodes of the ABC’s book show, Bookish, and was a guest reporter for Dateline on SBS in two episodes about China and Taiwan.

Her first job in TV was writing for Good News Week (Network Ten) in 2008. Since then, she’s worked on comedy and factual programs with production companies such as Roving Enterprises, Zapruder’s Other Films, Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder, ITV, and Blackfella Films.

She’s in demand as a speaker and MC, and clients include DFAT; University of New South Wales; Mind Australia (Victoria); TAFE NSW; David Jones; NSW Department of Planning, Industry, and Environment; Australian Institute for International Affairs (NSW); Scanlon Foundation; Sydney Salon; Sydney Writers’ Festival; OzAsia Festival.

Visit her online at www.jenniferwong.com.au

Perhaps Sydney’s most polite comedian,
she’s also one of its funniest.

the guardian

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