With 20 million You Tube subscribers, anything Ryan Higa does is almost guaranteed to get noticed.
His latest release Battlegrounds has generated 3.8 million views in just two days.
Battlegrounds pays homage and also takes a few jabs at gaming culture. Even if you’re not a gamer, if you watch TV, you’ll … Read more
I’ll say it here.
What CAN’T Ryan Higa do?
My friend brought me to YouTube around 3rd or 4th grade, revealing a world of banana videos and unicorns and parodies… so many parodies. YouTube has been a great source of fun, befuddlement, and a producer of our favorite … Read more
In just five days, a song intended to be a parody of Kpop has generated five million views on You Tube.
Boys Generally Asian is a group of five actors and social media stars consisting of Ryan Higa, David Choi, Philip Wang, Justin Chon, and Jun Sung Ahn.
Next Shark reports the song … Read more
The article in KPop Starz featured 7 Asian American leading men in Hollywood.
But when I went down the list, none of them were really leading men.
It’s not that they wouldn’t make good leading me. All of them have played in supportive roles.
That’s the sad part. Hollywood doesn’t think these men could attract … Read more
Although Asian Americans enjoy success on YouTube and Reality TV, you’d be hard pressed to find many successful Asian American professionals in Hollywood. In a recent Huffington Post piece written by Vietnamese American author, Andrew Lam, describes this “bamboo ceiling” in Hollywood, where discrimination, stereotypes and exclusion are the norm for Asians.
“The most recent … Read more
Carrie Ann Inaba, George Takei, Maggie Q and Justin Long were just some of the Asian Americans in Hollywood who joined in celebrating the 20th anniversary of CAPE, Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment, reports MSN.
Among those recognized at the gala were the cast of CBS’ Hawaii Five -O, Maggie Q of … Read more
The video Bobalife II: Pearls Gone Wild (see video at end of story) released just three days ago already has … Read more
Inspired by the likes of You Tube comic Ryan Higa (pictured left) and make up artist Michelle Phan, a new generation of up and coming Asian American artists hope the glare of the You Tube spotlight will also shine on them someday.