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“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”’s Desmond Chiam and “The Flash”’s Victoria Park sit down face to face in our first in-person Character Conversation since the lockdown to discuss the way Asian representation has changed and more.
Are you watching “Single By 30”? Leading actress-musician Kina Grannis sat down with Kore to talk about her newfound love for acting and the long-lasting friendship she’s had with […]
By JAMES S. KIM | @james_s_kim firstname.lastname@example.org “Don’t let stereotypes define you.” The Asian American staff over at Buzzfeed Yellow take that message to heart in their latest […]
Full name: Joanna Reed Sotomura Age: 28 Ethnic background: Japanese, German Where she was born: Honolulu, Hawaii Where she was raised: Honolulu, Hawaii In Wong Fu’s very first feature-length […]
by KoreAm Staff | @KoreAm Awkward moments are the worst. If you’ve ever needed someone to share your pain with, Wong Fu’s Awkward Animals make for an adorable, […]
The Wong Fu Team has been hard at work since the release of their first feature-length movie, Everything Before Us. Luckily for us, Audrey had a chance to stop by their […]
Part of the renowned YouTube filmmaking duo The Brothers Riedell, Chris Riedell plays Ben’s know-it-all best friend Henry in Wong Fu’s first feature-length film, Everything Before Us. Throughout the […]
KoreAm and Audrey Magazine teamed up to get acquainted with the cast of Wong Fu Productions’ first feature film, Everything Before Us. The film is set in a modern […]
KoreAm and Audrey Magazine teamed up to get acquainted with the cast of Wong Fu Productions’ first feature film, Everything Before Us, a sci-fi romantic drama that follows […]
Here’s a good throwback for you. Remember that time before social media had its boom in the 2000’s? Sure, there was MySpace and it was great for musicians, but […]
by ETHEL NAVALES, Audrey Magazine It’s an exciting time for us Wong Fu Productions fans! After years of crying and laughing over their heartfelt YouTube shorts, we finally have […]
In 2006, Wong Fu Productions released a comical YouTube short Yellow Fever, which became their very first viral video. Now, nearly a decade later, Wong Fu Productions has expanded […]
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Wong Fu Productions, it’s that they’re great at calling us out on our habits. One Wong Fu short made us think about […]
Wong Fu Productions is awfully great at making us stop and really think about many of our everyday social situations. In one video, they made us realize just how […]