KevJumba, Taiwanese American Youtube comedian

My friend recently introduced me to Kevin Wu, best known by his Youtube alias as KevJumba. This turned out to be extremely counterproductive to our plans to do homework that night, as we cracked up to Wu’s videos on the all too common aspects of being Asian American – the SAT, interracial dating, and the like. According to Wikipedia, Wu was the most subscribed comedian on Youtube at one point.

Check out his channel on One of my personal favorites:

You can also see his personal site at

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About Miriam Cho

Hey, everyone! My name’s Miriam Cho, and I’m a freshman in JE. I have no idea what I’m majoring in, but it’ll probably be in the Humanities, seeing as I’ve vowed never to take a math course at Yale. I’ve lived in Kentucky for most of my life, where I went to a high school between a cemetery and a cow pasture and enjoyed drives through winding country roads. My hobbies include running, eating, and sleeping – if only life could be that simple ☺. I’m part of the APA Blog this year because I think it’s a great way for Asian-Americans at Yale to connect online and express whatever’s on their mind, both on serious issues and random topics of interest. I hope you enjoy browsing around our site and I encourage you to submit your own cool stuff!

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