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Jenny Wang Medina

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Jenny Wang Medina

Jenny Wang Medina is a translator and PhD candidate in East Asian languages and cultures at Columbia University in New York City. Her dissertation examines the reinvention of Korean culture in the twenty-first century and questions of ethnicity and transcultural identity. She is the translator of Oh Jung-hee's novella The Bird (Telegram Books, 2006), as well as short stories by Kim Young-ha, Park Min-gyu, Kim Jung-hyuk, and Kim Nam-ch'on.

Articles by Jenny Wang Medina

Say Ah, Pelican
By Park Min-gyu
Boat PeopleYawn. Yawning always makes me sleepy. There are still two boats out on the water, but I lie down anyway. There’d be trouble if the boss saw me. It would be so great if the polar ice caps…
Translated from Korean by Jenny Wang Medina
from “Kumait”
By Jenny Wang Medina
He couldn’t help but see the school; from the time he had left the bus at the township’s station, he had never thought of going any other way. His feet felt at home on the township’s…
Translated from Arabic
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