Since mainstream media has made it their duty to give Asian American entertainers the cold shoulder through out all these years, aspiring stars turned YouTube into their own Hollywood and now Asians dominate the YouTube realm.
If it weren’t for YouTube, a lot of these online “celebrities” wouldn’t have received the opportunity to let their talents shine. So let Jackfroot.com run down the Top 10 Asian American YouTube channels to date to see who’s on top and who’s on the rise.
(10) David So (DavidSoComedy)
At number 10 on our list we have funny newcomer David So from Los Angeles, CA. After joining YouTube in early 2011, David has already accumulated over 142,000 subscribers in less than a year. Those are pretty good numbers for someone who hasn’t been on YouTube for that long. It does help that this guy is freaking hilarious!
The video that definitely launched his online career would have to be the response to Alexandra Wallace’s “Asians in the Library” video that caused an uproar with the Asian American community. His jokes in his video rebuttal gained him a dedicated following that will continue to grow as the years go by.
Press play below to check out the video of him laying the smack down on Alexandra Wallace!
(9) Just Kidding Films (JustKiddingFilms)
Number 9 on our list is JustKiddingFilms, the funny duo comprised of Bart Kwan and Joe Jo has taken YouTube by storm. These two Asian American entertainers have been making videos since 2007 and have gained over 300,000 subscribers within these past 4 years.
With their popular characters Unco Same and Unco Chin, distinct flavor of humor, and interesting perspective on certain topics, JustKiddingFilms is undoubtedly a comedy group to look out for in the years to come. Press play below to check out their most viewed video to date to see why these guys are “LOL” funny.
Our number 8 YouTube channel happens to be the funny Mychonny. This Australian YouTuber has been making funny online videos since 2008 and has more than 460,000 subscribers on his channel.
His style of humor definitely focuses on the Asian dynamic. Most of his videos revolve around the Asian culture in one way or another and they are extremely funny. Check out one of his funniest skits and most viewed videos to date below.
(7) Peter Chao (Pyrobooby)
The number 7 YouTube channel is Mr. Peter Chao.Â Peter Chao, whoâ€™s real name is Davin Tong, is a rising YouTube star. He joined YouTube in 2009 and now has over 714,000 subscribers on his channel.
That’s a lot of fans! His Peter Chao character has a thick Chinese accent, but he does it as a parody and not to be offensive. If you watch his videos, his accent is a mere mask to his opinions on topics ranging from Tapioca balls to Jay-Z. Press play to check out his most viewed video to date to see his funny antics.
(6) Happy Slip
At number 6 we have our ONLY female YouTuber to make it onto the Top 10 list and it is none other than Happy Slip. Happy Slip is a Filipino-American entertainer who creates skits with her Filipino roots and heritage in mind.
Her take on Filipino culture is both educational and funny at the same time which is the reason why she has over 790,000 subscribers on her channel. Her assorted amount of characters (mostly played by her) offer a humorous perspective into the dynamics of a Filipino family that many of us wouldn’t normally see. Check out one of her most viewed videos to date below.