Short films released by Wong Fu Productions have received, cumulatively, millions of views, and the group has several thousand fans.According to Wang, the group's website received 5,000 daily hits in 2009.Additional guest performances included America's Best Dance Crew champions Quest Crew and Poreotics, Ryan Higa (aka Nigahiga), Kevin Wu (aka Kev Jumba), Jay Park, and singers–songwriters David Choi and Kina Grannis.According to Chinese American rapper Jin, "ISA is about self-branding and viral marketing — using You Tube, My Space, Facebook, and the Internet to promote yourself as an artist." He asserted, "We as artists are aware of this and make ourselves available [on these mediums]." Far East Movement member Virman Coquia said, "We want to give back to the community to show that Asians can have an influence today in the U.The event had several famous You Tubers including Anthony Lee, Brandon Laatsch, Clara C, David Choi, Freddie Wong, Jen Chae Buescher(Frm Head To Toe), Mike Song, Ted Fu, Wesley Chan as players, Kevin Wu as the gamemaster named Yoshi, and Amy Okuda and Philip Wang as the hosts.Everything Before Us is the first feature film of Wong Fu Productions.In May 2010, Wong Fu Productions and Ryan Higa opened talks about creating a major film.The movie was filmed in a one-week period during the summer, and was released to the public on November 23, while being released on You Tube a day later as Agents of Secret Stuff. On September 7, 2011, Wong Fu Productions announced that they have been hired by multiplatinum Taiwanese pop singer Wang Leehom to direct his upcoming music video "Still In Love With You".
On March 30, 2013, ISA held and filmed their first game show at You Tube Space Los Angeles.
However, the project was abandoned after producers disagreed with casting an Asian male in the film's lead role.
Because the group does not require a fee to view its films, it gains a salary from being a You Tube partner, draws profits from merchandise sales, public speaking on university campuses, and music video production for rising Asian American artists.
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In 2010, ISA was held in New York City for the first time.