Brittany Wong, HuffPost Canada

Brittany Wong

HuffPost Canada

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Brittany:

12 Common Words And Phrases With Racist Origins Or Connotations

Some seemingly innocuous terms in the English language have racist or otherwise problematic histories. → Read More

The Psychology Behind Why Some People Refuse To Wear Face Masks

As coronavirus cases spike, those who refuse to wear face coverings remain as firm in their choice as ever. Here's what psychologists say is driving... → Read More

How To Properly Dry Your Hands To Stop The Spread Of The Coronavirus

During the COVID-19 pandemic, is it better to use paper towels in a public restroom ― or air-dryers? Here's what infectious disease specialists say. → Read More

What It's Like To Be In An Open Relationship During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has polyamorous and non-monogamous couples renegotiating the rules about their relationships → Read More

These Teens On TikTok Are Trying To Teach Anti-Racism To Their Parents

Many Gen Z kids have found themselves clashing with their parents over Black Lives Matter protests, racial justice and police brutality. → Read More

The Real, Tragic Story Behind That ‘Roof Korean’ Meme You May Have Seen

Those who share "rooftop Korean" memes owe it to store owners in the photos to dig into the history of the 1992 L.A. uprising ― and what led them to take up arms. → Read More

Why You’re Having Anxiety Over Lockdown Ending, And How To Cope

As coronavirus restrictions lift and states began to reopen, therapists say there are things you can do to manage your anxiety and stress about the... → Read More

White People, Stop Quoting MLK To Police How Black People Protest

Here’s why Black people find it so problematic when white people quote Martin Luther King Jr. to discourage protests against police brutality and George Floyd’s death. → Read More

Black Teen Shares The Rules His Mom Makes Him Follow When Leaving The House

In the wake of protests against police brutality, Cameron Welch, an 18-year-old, shared a video on TikTok listing all the instructions he has to follow... → Read More

The Best And Worst Ways To Support The Protests On Social Media As A Non-Black Person

If you support the Black Lives Matter movement, passing the mic and donating to funds are two helpful ways to demonstrate your allyship. → Read More

11 Things To Do Besides Say 'This Has To Stop' In The Wake Of Police Brutality

Want to end police brutality against Black people? It's not enough to *not* be racist — you need to be antiracist. → Read More

He Grew Up Without A Dad. Now, He's Become The Internet's Dad On YouTube

Father-of-two Rob Kenney hopes his popular YouTube channel, 'Dad, How Do I?' will teach kids key lessons on being an adult. → Read More

A Photographer Is Taking Beautiful, Haunting Photos Of Families In Quarantine

Danielle St. Laurent has been capturing portraits of families sheltering in place In the sleepy suburbs of New Jersey during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

The Safest Way To Take A Road Trip While Social Distancing

Traveling near or far in your car during the coronavirus pandemic? Follow these precautions for a safer road trip. → Read More

7 Warning Signs You're Not Being The Best Coronavirus Lockdown Partner

You could be getting on your quarantine partner's nerves without knowing it. Here's how to maintain your relationship in the age of social distancing. → Read More

'Kuchisabishii' Is The Japanese Word That Explains Why We're Eating Mindlessly

The term, which means "lonely mouth," speaks to why many on lockdown have been snacking more than ever. → Read More

21 Book, TV, Film And Podcast Suggestions For Asian Americans, By Asian Americans

For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we asked for recommendations of what to read or watch to connect with AAPI community and culture. → Read More

20 Marriage Vows Couples Would Have Made Had They Known About Quarantine

The coronavirus pandemic is putting everything in perspective — including couples' wedding vows. → Read More

Yes, We All Have Quarantine Fatigue. No, That Doesn't Mean You Can Go Out.

As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, many of us are looking for loopholes to get out. Here's how to deal with your angst about staying in and social... → Read More

Yes, We All Have Quarantine Fatigue. No, That Doesn't Mean You Can Go Out.

As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, many of us are looking for loopholes to get out. Here's how to deal with your angst about staying in and social distancing. → Read More