If you listen to my song “Dim Sum,” you’ll know what my favorite dim sum dishes are. I want to hear what your favorites are and see which dish will take the Dim Sum war crown. This week will be 4 Prelim battles. Each day a new battle will be introduced. You have until Chinese New Year 2/10 11:59 PM to vote. (VOTING NOW CLOSED, see results below. Semi-finals voting begins 2/12/13)
BATTLE #1 WINNER IS HAR GOW
Next up for Har Gow is a Semi-Final battle with Chicken Feet
Check out my new video for my song “Dim Sum.” It’s a classic battle for my favorite food, Dim Sum. Watch and see who wins the battle. Can I defend the honor of Dim Sum? Can I have my Char Siu Bao and eat it too? Share it with your friends if you love Dim Sum too!
I can’t wait to unveil my new “Dim Sum” music video just in time for Chinese New Year. It’s an homage to my favorite food and old school kung fu flicks. It’s going worldwide on Jan 23rd on my YouTube channel so stay tuned. We’ll be doing some giveaways and contests on facebook & twitter so if you’re not following me already, jump onboard.
For all you gamers out there, you may hear me rapping in the new Square Enix game, “Sleeping Dogs.” I wrote two Cantonese raps for this shoot ’em up game set in Hong Kong. My songs play in the club scene. I collaborated with my friend, Nathan Wang, who’s a major music composer in Hollywood. I do want to give a heads up that this game is Rated M for Mature due to language and violence so it’s not exactly family friendly. If that’s not your cup of tea, feel free to watch more of my videos, which are never Rated M.
The Knicks’ season may be over but Jeremy Lin lives on. Hope he recovers soon and tears it up next season. Here’s some highlights of Jeremy Lin’s basketball career which represents all that my song, “Still in This Game,” is about. Thanks to One Truth for editing this vid.
On March 14th, I’m heading to my alma mater to help launch the “Stay With It” Campaign. The White House is launching this nationwide campaign to promote careers in engineering. So check this video out that I hope will inspire some young science heads.