For the love of food: Brothers find passion in Asian cuisine

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Fung Bros Foodies Andrew and David Fung talk about how Asian food is having an impact on a new generation of Asian-Americans.

In Los Angeles recently, Asian food, of all varieties, has become the “mark of cool” in a city known as the epicenter of trendsetting. It’s a perfect spot for foodies, Andrew and David Fung, known to their fans as “The Fung Bros“, to talk food.

“I would say what we do is we try to offer a very authentic balanced perspective of an Asian American who’s born in America, thoroughly American,” says David.

For the love of food: Brothers find passion in Asian cuisine

For the love of food: Brothers find passion in Asian cuisine

Foodies Andrew and David Fung talk about their love of Chinese food.


Raised near Seattle by Chinese immigrant parents, the brothers, and social media personalities, have a passion for food, particularly Asian cuisine, from the ingredients, the cooking process and the taste.

“At this point, I think that we can say that a lot of Americans like Asian food,” explains Andrew.

And, as Full Frame Contributor Sandra Hughes found out, the rising popularity of Asian food is having a cultural impact on a new generation of Asian-Americans.