Venessa Wong, BuzzFeed News

Venessa Wong

BuzzFeed News

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Venessa:

Love Is Blind's Natalie Lee Said She Got Racist Messages

“did not anticipate the amount I would receive,” the Korean American reality star said in an Instagram story. → Read More

“Cocaine Bear” Is Utterly Ridiculous. I Loved It.

This high-octane thriller about a cocaine-addicted bear thrives on absurdity. → Read More

Tell Us What You're Most Concerned About Financially In 2023

You may be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed News story. → Read More

How Did Your Vagina Change After Childbirth? BuzzFeed News Wants To Hear People’s Stories.

The things we wish someone had told us about our bodies. → Read More

Gift Anxiety Is A Real Thing. Here Are Signs And Ways To Cope.

So. Much. Pressure. → Read More

Does Giving Or Receiving Gifts Make You Anxious? We’d Like To Hear More.

Fill out this form, and you may be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed News story. → Read More

Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Is Now On Hold. If You Applied, Tell Us What Your Plans Are.

BuzzFeed News wants to know how you’re planning around all this uncertainty with federal student loans. → Read More

If You've Got Personal Finance Questions, We May Have Answers

BuzzFeed News is launching a personal finance column! → Read More

A $400,000 Home Could End Up Costing $836,280 in 2022

The total cost of homeownership increased by hundreds of thousands of dollars due to rising mortgage rates this year. → Read More

If Your Household Makes $100,000 A Year, We Want To Hear What Life Is Like

Six figures is surely a lot of money, but in this high-cost environment, how far does it get you? → Read More

The “Future Of Work” Still Sucks. Just Ask Working Parents.

Millions of women left the workforce during the pandemic. Many of them are back and confront the same problems that drove them out in the first place.View Entire Post › → Read More

I’ve Got Nothing Left To Give To End This Pandemic

I have done my part to prevent the pandemic from spiraling out of control — it didn’t matter. What more can you ask of us? → Read More

People Of Color Dread Returning To Office Racism

While experiences still vary, many people of color have found peace in the isolation of the pandemic, which has allowed them to avoid racism from superiors and colleagues in corporate environments. → Read More

Anti-Asian Violence Shatters The Myth Of Invisibility

For so long, we’ve thought keeping our heads down and being invisible in America might help us gain acceptance — but the recent wave of racist violence has shattered that myth. → Read More

The DC Riot Proved Trump’s Movement Was Never About Economic Anxiety

“They’re not expressing economic anxiety. They’re expressing a desire to dominate.” → Read More

Trump Fans Used GoFundMe To Raise Money For DC Rally

Trump supporters used the popular crowdfunding platform to raise money to attend the President’s rally in DC. → Read More

2020 Made Income Inequality In The US Even Worse

If you still need proof that the world is built for the wealthy to succeed, just take a look at how fortunes diverged this year. → Read More

Eating In 2020: How Food And Cooking Got Us Through

No degree of social and economic upheaval could shake our unrelenting need to eat. → Read More

Missing Data About How Coronavirus Affects People Of Color

Inadequate information about the rates of COVID-19 in populations of color has prevented health agencies from targeting their response before it’s too late. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren And Ayanna Pressley Want An Investigation Into Racial Inequities In The US Pandemic Response

Nine months into the coronavirus pandemic, “It is not clear whether that relief has successfully reached the communities that are most impacted.” → Read More