George Wang

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George Wang is an American film and television producer. aka George king Wang

In December 2009 through January 2010, under the Teddy Zee Productions banner, Wang produced a series of public service announcement (PSA) videos to be featured on the internet with Teddy Zee (Hitch / Pursuit of Happyness), Adrian Zaw, and APEX and invitation-only social network Privy.net founder Stephen Liu.[1] He helped produce over twenty clips that featured prominent Asian American celebrities such as John Cho, Sandra Oh, Kaba Modern Legacy, Justin Chon, David Choi, and over a hundred more talents in a campaign to win $1 million for the Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF).[2][3] CPAF placed in the top 20 out of 100 charities competing for the top prize, and created awareness for the widespread but generally unspoken issues of sexual assault and domestic violence.[4] |[5] |[6] |[7]

In January 2011, Wang produced a sci-fi action-oriented project entitled "3 Minutes" with director Ross ching and fellow producer Don Le, starring Harry Shum, Jr., Stephen "tWitch" Boss (contestant on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance, and Katrina Law (Spartacus: Blood and Sand, The Resistance). The project released January 10, 2011, and is rumored to be part of a trilogy of short films including a prequel and sequel. "3 Minutes" has received nationwide coverage from the official Star Wars site,[8] Wired.com,[9] and Gizmodo,[10] as well as the New York Post,[11] Seventeen Magazine,[12] Audrey Magazine,[13][14][15] and Hyphen Magazine.[16] It was also won the coveted slot of Vimeo's Staff Pick of the Day on its debut day, garnering over 60,000 views on the site within the first 24 hours.[17] Currently, the short film has been viewed by well over 1 million times on both YouTube and Vimeo.

His brother is the singer Dawen Wang.

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