Kristina Wong is a third-generation Chinese-American known primarily for her work as a solo theater performer, performance artist, and actor. As a feminist, her work often tackles themes regarding race, sex, and privilege, often in conjunction with the Asian-American experience, through a satirical lens.
In this episode, Wong also discusses her work and its overlap with social activism. She is an elected representative of Koreatown, Los Angeles and an avid activist. At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, she founded the Auntie Sewing Squad, a national mutual aid collective that specializes in making and distributing face masks.
To learn more about Kristina Wong and Auntie Sewing Squad, visit https://www.kristinawong.com and http://auntiesewingsquad.com.