Left on Shing Wong

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Behind the Scenes of Left on Shing Wong. Check it out! 

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This was so beautiful and amazing and meaningful. A concept and subject that I don’t think anyone else has done yet. Plus, the choice of making it in Cantonese just made it that much more special and unique. As I was watching it, I felt like I was back in Guangzhou or Hong Kong.

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Today is the start of a “new” column here on Generasian, called YouTuber Wednesdays! Every other Wednesday, an Asian YouTuber will be featured here. So on slump day, you can have something that can brighten your day. (Or help you procrastinate even more…)

The first YouTuber (or YouTubers) featured in this new column will be none other than Wong Fu Productions!

Wong Fu Productions is one of the biggest names in the Asian-American filmmaking community. If you haven’t already heard of them, then you’ve been missing out! They are a trio made up of Philip Wang, Wesley Chan, and Ted Fu. They make short films that range in genre from comedy sketches to romantic love stories. Currently they have 2.3 million subscribers.

One of Wong Fu’s biggest videos is “Strangers, Again,” (above) that goes through the stages of a relationship.

Another video of theirs that is a personal favorite is “Left on Shing Wong,” one of Wong Fu’s few fantasy shorts.

They also have two web series that is worth checking out!

Wong Fu has a great variety of shorts, and anyone is guaranteed to find something that they’ll enjoy! Make sure to check them out.