|Birth Day:||May 5, 1981|
|Birth Place:||Seattle, United States|
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She graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2003. She would later gain her master's from the school in 2014.
Chung was born in Seattle in 1981 to Korean parents who put her up for adoption after she spent months on life support. She was raised in Oregon by adoptive white Catholic parents. In her mid-20s Chung took a nonfiction class and started writing essays. She attended Johns Hopkins University, graduating with an undergraduate degree from the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences in 2003 and an MA in 2014.
Chung worked as the managing editor for The Toast from 2014 until the site closed in 2016, after which she became the editor-in-chief of Catapult magazine. She continued writing essays on topics involving gender, race, and media, such as the impact of seeing Asian American figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi on television and the experience of casual racism at dinner parties.
Her first book, a memoir titled All You Can Ever Know, was published by Catapult in 2018. The memoir follows Chung's own life story as well as the story of her birth sister, whom she met after reestablishing contact with their birth parents. The book is structured around Chung's efforts during her first pregnancy to reconstruct the story of her own origins, including searching for her birth family, contacting them, then discovering a history of abuse, divorce, and deception.
As of 2019, Chung lives in Washington D.C., with her husband Dan and two daughters.
Nicole is of Korean descent. Nicole was adopted as a baby by white Catholic parents in Oregon.
Currently, Nicole Chung is 40 years, 0 months and 5 days old. Nicole Chung will celebrate 41st birthday on a Thursday 5th of May 2022. Below we countdown to Nicole Chung upcoming birthday.