NEW FOR US ASIANS?
and Cross-cultural Communities' fast-growing influence and inclusion
of the Asian/Asian Pacific American communities has prompted a series
of upcoming interviews and features on artists from these communities
and the multinational companies that financially supports/targets
Covered will include the following:
Acceptance of Asian communities/consumers
Major multinational companies marketing
Usage "New Media" options to target these communities
Development of US Asians' Mobile ITV network for interviews
Supporting and highlighting the above-listed companies
Media" Distribution has become a strategic and prerequisite
tool of marketing efficiently throughout the world. We will be exploring
how multinational companies are utilizing this tool, along with
how this has become an instrument to access multi-cultural and cross-cultural
audiences/consumers throughout theS world.
Influence can be seen in the following ways:
Beijing Summer Olympics providing NBC High Ratings
World Expo in Shanghai in 2010
Kobe Bryant/LeBron James/Yao Ming's International Popularity
Fast-Growing International Commerce
GE's Hight Profits from Summer Olympics Sponsorship
American Films Strong Reliance on International Film-Goers
in the United States can be seen in the following ways:
Minorities are expected to be majority in 2050
2050 Number projected to be 54% / 235.7M of 439M People
Children are expected to be the majority by 2023
Hispanic Numbers: 15% to 30% / 46.7M to 132.8M People
Black Numbers: 14% to 15% / 41.1M to 65.7M People) and
APA Numbers 5.1% to 9.2% / 15.5M to 40.6M People
Working-age population will exceed 50 percent minority by 2039 Working-age
population will exceed 55 percent minority by 2050
Annually Televised Events that will highlight the Asian
communities acceptance within the multi-cultural and cross-cultural
communities. These events will also feature Hollywood celebrating
the artists or prominent artists of Asian descent.
IS US ASIANS?
Lee is the founder of US Asians, an online portal that documents
the history, films, music, communities, current news, information
from Asia, online news and entertainment news..
Entertainment Experience spans over several decades that includes
working with Hall of Fame rock&roll legends, major film studios,
at the major television networks, producing/arranging for major
music artists, film production and event coordination..
Event Producing Experience includes events at or for MGM Grand
Arena/Allan Tam & Wynners and Hollywood Park Race Track (Jenny/Alex
To), Leon Lai, Andy Lau, Inglewood Forum (featuring Stephanie Sun),
Universal Studios' Global Theater (Beijing Olympics Event), Pasadena
Civic Auditorium (Beijing Olympics Event) and others.
Film Industry Experience includes being involved negative pickups
(Columbia/Tri-Star, Cannon Group), strategic planning (Disney, MGM/Cannon),
movie insurance & presales at Cannon Films / MGM, video distribution
(Republic Films) and film/script/budget development (Cannon Group,
Sony Pictures, MTM Productions).
Music Credits includes working with Don Was, Brian Wilson, Paul
Jackson Jr., Sam Phillips, Pediatric Aids Project, Tower of Power
horn section, The Waters, Van Dyke Parks, Burt Bacharach/Hall David,
members of Toto, Rob Wasserman and many others. Managed Brian Wilson's
recording studio as well as participating in televised events (Blockbuster
Awards, Grammys, Roy Orbison's Tribute Concert).
Dance and Theater Credits includes participating in numberous
CLO Theater productions (i.e. Flower Drum Song, King & I, South
Pacific, My Pal Joey, etc.), various film projects and working with
such notables as James Shigeta, Gower Champion, Darren McGavin,
Eugene Loring, Hermes Pan, Celeste Holm, Burt Bacharach/Hal David,
Gwen Virdon, George Chakaris, Bobby Van, Peter Finch, Liv Ullman,
George Kennedy, Olivia Hussey, Sally Kellerman and Keiko Agena (Gilmore
Credits include helping cast independent films, needle drops
(ABC), represented by Super Agent Bessie Loo and working for APA's
Executive Vice-President Danny Robinson
BETWEEN AN "ARTIST" & "ENTERTAINER"
goal is to be a "Town-Crier" to share the stories,
struggles, victories, personal insights, goals, dreams, obstacles,
loves, observations and joys of the Asian/Asian Pacific American
an entertainer, their main purpose is to provide an escape
(via laughter, sharing of fantasies, song & dance, theater,
etc.) and comfort through the arts while meeting the needs
of their employer.
of their main priorities is to share their personal tales
of their respective lives, victories, obstacles, struggles,
relationships, dreams, etc. that are part of their every day
lives. ("No one will know who we are until we know
who we are" (Malcolm X)
main purpose is to mainly provide soothing stories and/or
innocous tales of romantic relationships within a comforting
incorporating important historical information, one gains
an accurate perspective(s) of the various reasons behind the
many stories that are being shared through songs.
priorities and purpose does not include providing any type
of perspectives beyond tales of romantic love shared through
of our communities' artists (past and present) and their works
are important to affirm their achievements, recognition of their
place in history and to learn from their respective stories.
the ability to forget the past, present and/or future through
vocal or music ability is the main priorities of entertainers