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.With a nearly all-Asian cast, some of its stars include Aaron Yoo, Brittany Ishibashi, Brandon Soo Hoo, Victoria Park, Randall Park, and Ki Hong Lee.Funding for the film was crowd-sourced from Wong Fu's fans via Indiegogo, and the film's premiere release was held at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.Released 23 April 2015 over Vimeo, the film was directed by Phillip Wang and Wesley Chan.
In 2004, Wang met classmates Wesley Chan (graduated from Mills High School in 2002) and Ted Fu through a school production, and the trio began working on small scale projects in their spare time and for class assignments.
In the addition to the group's filmmaking career, Wong Fu Productions has organized a series of multidisciplinary concerts in California.
The concert series, International Secret Agents (ISA), featured musical disciplines from urban dance to deejaying with Asian American guest artists such as Far East Movement.
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.