Although grateful for the group's success and popularity, Wang said, "Some people who go to film school, they'll make something great but it's only seen by like, two hundred people [...] It's kind of not fair."While we may not bring up [Asian Pacific American] issues in our work, we are not afraid to show that we are Asian.
This is an issue in itself that we believe we're tackling head on.
Wang mainly utilised his family's digital camcorder to film school projects in collaboration with classmates.
The name Wong Fu is a nickname that Philip was given when he was in the seventh grade.
After approximately five years, Wong Fu Productions garnered 1 million subscribers in 2011.
The trio met at the University of California, San Diego in 2004 and produced a number of music videos and short films released on their website and later You Tube before establishing a professional media company, Sketchbook Media, after their graduation.
Their works have been featured at a number of national and international film festivals, including the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, San Diego Asian Film Festival and the Cannes Film Festival.
Released 23 April 2015 over Vimeo, the film was directed by Phillip Wang and Wesley Chan.
The film tells the story of two couples in the near future where the Department of Emotional Integrity (D. I.) issues 'relationship scores', somewhat like a credit score, that affect couples' everyday choices.