Wynn Wang

Wynn Wang

Production Executive, Social Media

Wynn is a contributor to Inkstone. She is social video producer at South China Morning Post.

Location
Hong Kong
Language spoken
English, Mandarin
Areas of Expertise
Chinese social media, video production, filming
Master carpenter creates intricate toys for his grandson
“Grandpa Amu,” from eastern China’s Shandong province, is a master carpenter with millions of fans on social media around the world. He uses an ancient woodworking technique to create intricate toys for his young grandson.   Credit: https://www.ixigua.com/home/54200533861/
Doctors broke this man’s bones so that he can stand up straight again – after 28 years
A man suffered from a rare condition that caused his upper body to fold over completely. Three parts of his body were “connected” – his chin to his chest, his breastbone to his pubic bone, and his face to his thigh bone.  After undergoing four operations at Shenzhen University General Hospital, in which his bones were literally broken and reconstructed, he finally stood straight – after 28 years.  Credit: 二更深圳/深圳大学总医院
This man donates his bone marrow twice to save his daughter
A father from northeastern China’s Heilongjiang province has donated bone marrow twice to help his daughter, who has leukemia. Qiqi, 24, records videos of her journey on the road to recovery and uploads them online, attracting support and millions of views.
6-year-old guitarist takes social media by storm
Miumiu, a six-year-old girl from eastern China’s Jiangsu province, has become an internet star for her videos showcasing her singing while playing her guitar. She is also adept at other instruments, including the piano and drums.
The everyday heroes of Wuhan
Many people in the central Chinese city of Wuhan have worked to keep the city functioning after the coronavirus outbreak was first reported there. “If we give up, how would ordinary people’s lives continue in Wuhan?” a delivery worker asked.