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Jan Wong (I)

Jan Wong was born in 1953 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She is an actress, known for Canada Tonight with Ginella Massa (2021), The Frank Truth (2001) and Frontline (1983). She has been married to Norman since 1976. They have two children. See full bio »

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Known For

Canada Tonight with Ginella Massa Self: Co-Founder, Asian Canadian Women's Alliance
(2021)
The Frank Truth Self - Columnist: The Globe and Mail
(2001)
Frontline Self
(2006)

Filmography

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 2021 Canada Tonight with Ginella Massa (TV Series)
Self: Co-Founder, Asian Canadian Women's Alliance
- Surveys find large spikes in anti-Asian racism since start of pandemic (2021) ... Self: Co-Founder, Asian Canadian Women's Alliance
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 2005 Plague City: SARS in Toronto (TV Movie) (special thanks)
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 2012 The Hour (TV Series)
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- Episode #8.168 (2012) ... Self
 2008 The Agenda with Steve Paikin (TV Series)
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- Episode dated 3 June 2008 (2008) ... Self
 2006 Frontline (TV Series documentary)
Self
- The Tank Man (2006) ... Self
 2006 Declassified (TV Series documentary)
Self
- Chairman Mao (2006) ... Self
 2001 The Frank Truth (Documentary)
Self - Columnist: The Globe and Mail
 2001 Christine Cushing Live (TV Series)
Self
- Asia ... Self
 1998 Biography (TV Series documentary)
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Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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I think the public might be surprised at how many reporters cower in the newsroom. They're only brave externally. Internally they are very much the obedient company employees. See more »

Trivia:

She was an exchange student in Maoist China in early 1970s. Her extreme left-wing political beliefs at that time led to her becoming a member of the Chinese Communist Party. She later detailed her experiences in a book "Red China Blues" (1996). See more »

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