In his first year as an undeclared freshman at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Wang and his friends released a music video of Justin Timberlake's song "Señorita".
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.
The film revolves around two neighbors who share similar romantic situations, in which one person in each relationship cannot let go of his or her past.
In a review for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's student newspaper The Tech, Tina Ro wrote, "Despite its large Asian fan base, Wongfu's [sic] movie has a cast of equal numbers of Asians and Caucasians.
In 2010, ISA was held in New York City for the first time.
Wong Fu has also expressed interest in holding future ISA concerts in Washington, D. They also had another ISA concert in Los Angeles on September 5.
According to Wang, the group's website received 5,000 daily hits in 2009.
Released 23 April 2015 over Vimeo, the film was directed by Phillip Wang and Wesley Chan.Furthermore, all the characters were shaped by their own characteristics rather than by their race, a refreshing concept for a movie." Following the success of A Moment with You, Wong Fu was approached to create a second film called Sleep Shift.However, the project was abandoned after producers disagreed with casting an Asian male in the film's lead role.This is an issue in itself that we believe we're tackling head on.We want to show that APAs are just normal people, and shouldn't be stereotyped in the media and should have proper representation. We have stories that most everyone can relate to as human beings.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.