XiXi Yang (born February 16, 1989) is an American television personality. She anchored "Live From the Red Carpet" for the Associated Press and is an entertainment contributor to CNN/HLN Network. She is the co-founder of PopStop TV Network.
Born in Nanjing, China, Yang is fluent in Mandarin and Japanese. She grew up in China and Japan, before coming to America at the age of nine. She attributes her out-going personality to her childhood experience of living in multiple countries.
In 2005, fascinated by the cultural differences between American and Chinese high-school teenagers, Yang published an article in China's Yangzi Newspaper, entitled "Comparing Cultural Differences: American and Chinese High School Students". The basis of her studies came from the nine-page questionnaires she passed to 275 high-school students in both countries. The article also documented Yang's childhood and the emotional struggles she went through growing up as an Asian-American. Yang's article caught the attention of cctv.com, the most powerful television broadcaster in mainland China, for she was one of the first few high-school students to publish in Yangzi. Yang was interviewed by CCTV on February 6, 2004, and received an overwhelming number of letters in response.