It’s one thing to be born into an interracial family, but it’s another thing to come home after being away for 2 years and unexpectedly find yourself suddenly part of one. Wong Fu Production’s new mini-series, in association with a FremantleMedia Company – “Home is Where the Hans Are” – shows how this unanticipated surprise might just be what Derek needs most as he returns home after realizing his dreams are getting him nowhere. Continue Reading »
Watch out Glee, the Kitchen Musical is on its way to international stardom! Originally introduced to the Singaporean audience, the television musical series which aired throughout Europe and Asia has been renewed for its second season. It will also be embarking on its first international musical tour in 2012 and is in the works for broadcast in the United States.
For those of you who are unaware of the blooming drama, The Kitchen Musical brings a Glee-like approach to story telling; enriched with song and dance with the kitchen as its stage. It contributes a unique insight into the elite culinary world of restaurant business and artistry through its Asian female character Maddie Avilon, a young and rich Le Cordon Bleu post graduate who struggles to find individuality in her father’s upscale restaurant. She and her friends play up to the expectations of young adult life capturing moments of fear, love, romance, confusion and etc.
Here are some of our favorite clips from the show:
Its Youtube fans are steadily growing and prominent TV producer Ben Silverman, popular for US adaptations The Office and Ugly Betty has become involved with its creative production as co-producer. It’s actually quite amazing.
What do you think about The Kitchen Musical? Do you like it better than Glee?
We all knew she could put on makeup, but what we didn’t know is that she can act. But, really, that isn’t too surprising. Her voice is so soothing that she could probably put newborns to sleep, and her appearance can only be magnified with her stealer makeup techniques.
At only 24-years-old, the #1 most subscribed woman on YouTube, Vietnamese-American make-up artist, Michelle Phan, is embarking on a new venture—incorporating short films into her already whimsical make up and beauty tutorial videos.
Just in time for December 31st, Phan’s latest YouTube video is a hybrid short film and makeup tutorial, “Midnight Kiss”, featuring actor Justin Chon. In the video, Phan re-creates every girl’s dream of the perfect Cindarella-esque kiss at midnight, equipped with a drop-dead-gorgeous New Year’s Eve party look.
Best Quotes of 2011.
“Teehee” – Youtube star Ryan Higa. Yes, this has been around before this year. No, it has not gotten old.
As we’re hitting the colder time of the year, a scarf is my favorite accessory to wear. They’re easy to carry and add a pop to any old outfit.
So imagine my delight when I found this mesmerizing video on 25 different ways you can wear a scarf! This tutorial is taught by youtuber wendyslookbook and is so fun and easy to watch and learn!
Special props to the editor and cameraman for taking this beyond just another homemade Youtube video.
Check out the video for yourself!
Which is your favorite way to wear a scarf?
What better way to celebrate Christmas than with some Christmas music? Celebrating their newly released Christmas album, the YTF team would like to invite you to their very first Christmas Party hosted by Blended. The party will be held tonight, Saturday, December 10, 2011 at the J Restaurant & Lounge in Downtown Los Angeles. Featuring two of the most subscribed YouTube personalities, Ryan Higa and Kev Jumba, as well as Dominic Sandoval (better known as D-Trix; So You Think You Can Dance), Andrew Garcia (American Idol), Victor King (America’s Best Dance Crew), Chester See (Disney 365) and JR Aquino (American Idol), this will be an evening of music, dance and good company to lead up to the holiday season.
Come meet the members of YTF tonight at this party that will feature music, cocktails and live celebrity performances!
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I think Joy Osmanski is one of the most talented comedic actresses around (no, she’s not bribing me with chocolate cupcakes everyday — just every other day).
This hilarious video of our favorite quirky gal palling around with the guys from National Film Society kinda makes us giggle. A lot.
We hope you enjoy as much as we do!
When you walk in a club, you don’t want to be that awkward one just standing there not knowing what to do. But if you seriously have no clue how exactly to dance in a club, Ashley (ashleyslips), a Filipina comedian on YouTube, has got you covered. Watch Ashley as she demonstrates her club dancing skills in her apartment. You just have to follow these five basic rules and you’ll be all set!
22 months, 1,357 hours, 30 people, 2 ladders, 1 still camera and 288,000 jelly beans. What am I talking about? Kina Grannis‘s new music video – In Your Arms – made entirely of jelly beans. Surely you’ve eaten them, but have you ever seen them animated?
In between all the long shifts and shenanigans that occur during the week, we all love to sit in front of our computers and get a good laugh from the latest videos trending on YouTube.
Now, ladies. How many times have you been hit on with the typical lines that are so inflated with Asian stereotypes it literally makes you want to shove a American history textbook down the guy’s throat.
Nearing 30,000 views, “How To Hit On An Asian Girl” by MarkY3K, is a video that explains what not to say when attempting to seduce an Asian American female. Finally, a hilarious “tongue in cheek” way to comment on an issue that definitely affects all the alluring yet fed-up Asian American ladies.