Author: Ky Truong

With a huge pool of YouTube stars on the internet, there’s always room for new faces. One of those new faces happens to be Asian-Canadian and he goes by the name of Chengman. This hilarious fellow has built a strong following so far on YouTube and it’s for a good reason, he’s straight up funny. Jackfroot recently received the opportunity to sit down and interview Chengman and find out a little more about this budding internet star. Jackfroot Exclusive Interview With Chengman J: Have you ever visited the U.S? If so where and did you like it?…

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After much anticipation, the first episode of “Home is Where the Hans Are” is now live. Like we said before, without the internet, we probably wouldn’t see a “show” that focuses on the dynamics of Asian American family. Randall Park plays the lead role in this comedy series and after watching the episode, we must admit, it’s promising. Press play to check it out and let us know what you think of this show brought to you by Wong Fu Productions.

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New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung is ready to make his first ever Super Bowl appearance as his team takes on the New York Giants in this Sunday’s match up. The last time the Patriots were in the Super Bowl in 2008, Chung was still at Oregon terrorizing teams on the defensive end. This week, he’ll get a chance to win his first ever Super Bowl ring and with the way his team has been playing, his chances look good. Check out this video of him answering some questions during media day. Good luck Patrick, represent for your fellow…

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It’s been rough for Jeremy Lin lately, but with every bump in the road comes smooth pavement along the way as well. Recently, Lin was sent to the D-League and quickly recalled back by the Knicks due to injuries. Lin’s time in the D-League once again proved that when given minutes and an opportunity, he is fully capable of making big plays and contributing in a big way. In one of the games, Lin actually recorded a triple-double which definitely caught the eyes of the coaching staff. In a recent game against the Charlotte Bobcats, Lin recorded 8…

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Isn’t it kind of sad that they are no Asian family sitcoms on TV? Well, unless there’s a drastic change, we probably won’t be seeing one on TV for a while. However, that’s where the internet comes in! Check out this trailer from WongFuProductions for a new series entitled “Home is Where the Hans Are”. Here’s a synopsis of the storyline: Derek has been away from home for 2 years, distancing himself from his mother and life back home. But in the end, his dreams have gotten him nowhere and he reluctantly decides to return home. To his…

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We know that the whole “Sh*t _____ Says” might be getting over saturated throughout the YouTube world, but this version is definitely one you need to see. Peter Chao is one funny guy and you’ll have to watch it for yourself so we don’t ruin anything. Press play and prepare to laugh!

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Derick Rose already dominates the courts of the NBA, now he wants to dominate the shoe market in China as well. Adidas has released a Chinese exclusive design called the “Lei Feng” which aims to attract the Chinese sneaker market. The shoe’s name is inspired by  Chinese soldier, Lei Feng, who became a symbol of Maoist ideology. The shoe has a military green colorway with an inner lining covered with a fur-like feature that is a nod to the caps that the soldiers wear, and the heel has Chinese symbols to wrap up the rest of the design. The overall…

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Tiger Woods is ready to make 2011 a year to forget and turn 2012 into a year to remember. To kick things off, Woods will make his 2012 PGA Tour debut at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Feb. 9-12. This will be his first Pebble Beach appearance since 2002, and we’re positive that he’s ready to get back into his championship form. “I’m excited to start my PGA Tour season at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am,” Woods said. “AT&T is a great partner to my Foundation, and I’m looking forward to playing in this event. I haven’t…

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When you think of comedy, it’s hard not to think about Russell Peters. The Indian-Canadian has taken the comedy world by storm ever since he debuted on stage in 1989. Ever since then, Peters has toured all over the world, hosted several award shows, and has established himself as one of the funniest comedians of all time. Recently, Peters was awarded the Outstanding Achievement in the Arts award at the 2011 Asian Awards. This prestigious award was given to Peters for his relentless work and international achievement as he sold out shows left and right throughout the world.…

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AM Kidd is kicking off 2012 in a strong way. Check out his latest music video entitled “Ready For Me” featuring Viddy and this is evidence of why AM Kidd is still in the music game. We won’t bore you with any more words, all you have to do is press the play button and prepare to listen to some good music. You heard it here first! Enjoy.

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Chengman is back with another episode of HOW HEATSCORE ARE YOU? In this segment he goes through another round of user submitted photos while awarding them HEATSCORE points. To check out the photos and the results, press the play button to watch the video. If you want to submit your own photos to Chengmen, send in pictures of yourself to be judged to ilovelgswhoweartna@gmail.com.

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We’re all familiar with the names Yao Ming, Jeremy Lin, and Yi Jianlian. Now it’s time we introduce you to Tsung-Hsien Chang, aka Jet Chang, the 6-4 shooting guard from BYU-Hawaii. Nicknamed Jet due to his quick moves and high flying acrobatics, Chang has created quite a buzz for himself after a stellar year in which he took BYU-Hawaii to the NCAA Division II National Championship game last year, only to fall one game short of the title. Regardless of the outcome, Chang is now on the radar and has the potential to be the next Asian NBA player in this…

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A rising YouTube talent coming out of Canada goes by the name Chengman. This guy’s hilarious antics and variety of skits has made him a hot topic online. We recently came across his newest video where he brought back his popular segment “HEATSCORE”. In this segment, he has users and fans send in photos so they can be judged on how gangster they look. We must admit, Canada has some serious talent when it comes to music and YouTube comedy. Press play to check out the video and let us know what you think of the Chengman in our comments…

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Marie Hsiao, better known as  Mree, debuts her new single, “Lift Me Up, ” with a mesmerizing music video. Along with her angelic voice, Mree’s natural beauty blends right into the soft visuals of the music video. The song captivates like a peaceful lullaby, as she sings “here among the clouds, we are sleep and sound, you lift me up… you lift me up.” A majority of the music video footage was shot at home with a little help from her mother, says the singer. It’s an impressive video that will bring out the hopeless romantics…

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Kina Grannis will be on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday, January 12, as confirmed by ABC. (http://abc.go.com/shows/jimmy-kimmel-live) Grannis has been cosigned by popular youtubers David Choi, Wong Fu Productions, and Ryan Higa–to name a few–making the rounds as a rightful web celeb herself. Quite recently she has been spotlighted time and time again (Ellen, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly) for the “In Your Arms” music video that whimsically incorporates 288,000 jelly beans. In 2011, Grannis won Best Web-Born Artist at the MTV OMA awards. After Jimmy Kimmel, it’s likely that we’ll be seeing more of Kina Grannis in 2012. Check…

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