Wengie has more than One Million Subscribers
Wengie has more than Five Million Subscribers
Wengie has more than Ten Million Subscribers
Wengie has more than One Billion Views
Wengie is a Musician
Wengie is a Reactor
Wengie is a Vlogger
Wengie is from China
Wengie is female
Wengie created their account in 2010
Wengie is a Content Creator on YouTube

Wendy Ayche (born: January 9, 1986 (1986-01-09) [age 35]),[1] better known online as Wengie (also known as Wen Jie Huang), is a Chinese-Australian YouTuber, singer, dancer, and voice actress.


Wengie first joined YouTube on September 9, 2010, and posted her first video in 2013. Ever since then she has uploaded videos of Life Hacks, DIYs, Craft Ideas, Slime Videos, Experiments, Pranks, and Challenges. Wengie has also previously posted videos of her childhood and a Draw My Life video. In Wengie's videos, her "Twin Sister" (Wendy) has appeared multiple times. Wendy is actually not her twin sister. She is just a fictional character created by Wengie to gain popularity.

Music career

Other than being a YouTuber, Wengie has released two original songs. Her first single "Oh I Do" was released on November 25, 2017. It is her first-ever song and the only Chinese song she has done. On July 10, 2018, she released her first English single called "Cake". On 18th October 2019, she released her first Korean single called "Empire". And on 1st May 2020, she released her 2nd Chinese song "Learn To Meow" which went viral in China and was on #1 Trending on the Chinese Music Chart. This Song features XiaoPanPan and XiaoFengFeng. These songs were released on her music channel.[2] She also has a voiced Bliss in the Australian and New Zealand version of The Powerpuff Girls in 2017.

As of 2018, she has released the songs "Cake," "Oh I Do," "Deja Vu," and "Ugly Christmas Sweater." On March 9th, 2019, Wengie released a Music Video for her new song Lace Up. The video featured Rebecca Zamolo, CloeCouture, Sharlene Taule, Jessica Reynoso, Susie Shu, Matt Steffanina, Jun Curry Ahn, Shawn Wasabi, David Amber, Shadae Lamar Smith, and Skyy John. Wengie has also been featured a number of times on her fiance Max's channel, Maxmello.[3]

On the June 23, 2020, Wengie posted a 10-minute long video titled 'Goodbye Mia' about how her cat Mia passed away.


Wengie has five channels. She has a music channel, where she posts her original songs, called Wengie Music.[4] She has a channel called Wengie's Life,[5] where she posts vlogs, Q and As and other, more personal videos than she posts on her main channel. Her third channel is ReactiCorns,[6] which posts reaction that feature her fiance, Max. Reacticorns was originally called "Jumbo Bunny" which featured her fiance, Max doing DIYs. They later changed it to ReactiCorns. Then she has her main channel, in which she posts prank videos, hacks, 24-hour challenges and slime videos. She has a channel called How To Slime[7] where she posts videos of her making slime. Her most recently created channel is Munchkin,[8] where she posts videos of her cats doing challenges and compilations.


Wengie lives in Australia with her fiance, Max. She also has residences in Los Angeles, California, United States and her hometown, Guangzhou, China.

Personal life

Wengie was born in Guangzhou, China. Her name in Chinese is pronounced as "Wen-Jie". At an early age, her parents emigrated to Melbourne, Australia, thus adapting her name to "Wengie" for the English language. She has a younger brother named Jim. She attended an all-girls Secondary School in Sydney, Australia where she graduated in 2004. Upon graduating in 2004, she studied accounting in college. She finished in 2008 and got a degree in accounting and she worked as an account before she resigned and got another job as a social media consultant. She also has two cats named Coco and Boomba, who are part of the cat channel, Munchkin. On 13th August 2015, it was announced on her Instagram account that she was engaged with her boyfriend Max, she announced her engagement story on YouTube on 1st October 2015.