Wong Fu has also expressed interest in holding future ISA concerts in Washington, D. They also had another ISA concert in Los Angeles on September 5.
On March 30, 2013, ISA held and filmed their first game show at You Tube Space Los Angeles.
However, the project was abandoned after producers disagreed with casting an Asian male in the film's lead role.
Because the group does not require a fee to view its films, it gains a salary from being a You Tube partner, draws profits from merchandise sales, public speaking on university campuses, and music video production for rising Asian American artists.
In the addition to the group's filmmaking career, Wong Fu Productions has organized a series of multidisciplinary concerts in California.
The concert series, International Secret Agents (ISA), featured musical disciplines from urban dance to deejaying with Asian American guest artists such as Far East Movement.
Released 23 April 2015 over Vimeo, the film was directed by Phillip Wang and Wesley Chan.
The film tells the story of two couples in the near future where the Department of Emotional Integrity (D. I.) issues 'relationship scores', somewhat like a credit score, that affect couples' everyday choices.
He expected the audience size to grow "as online video becomes part of everyday life for the up-and-coming generation of movie-watchers" but believed that movie theaters will not become obsolete.
The group's success has allowed for growth in the popularity of Asian American comedians who promote themselves primarily through You Tube, such as Kevin Wu (Kev Jumba), Ryan Higa (Nigahiga), Christine Gambito (Happy Slip), and David Choi.
S." Additionally, Coquia believed that ISA presented the opportunity to present Asian American talent as cool and mainstream.
In 2010, ISA was held in New York City for the first time.
Although grateful for the group's success and popularity, Wang said, "Some people who go to film school, they'll make something great but it's only seen by like, two hundred people [...] It's kind of not fair."While we may not bring up [Asian Pacific American] issues in our work, we are not afraid to show that we are Asian.