Vong Show

Vong Show is the official spokesperson for young, gay, super-cute Asians.

Vong broke out on the national Canadian comedy scene in 2010 headlining National Post’s Laughter for Literacy campaign raising funds for Raise-a-Reader Foundation. Later that same year he made his American television debut as part of MTV Logo Network’s One Night Stand Up filmed in San Francisco, California, at the historic Great American Music Hall. Vong has also appeared on Canada’s OutTV as part of an ensemble comedy special.
Vong performed during the closing ceremonies of the inaugural North American Outgames and has appeared multiple times on Homo Night in Canada as part of Toronto’s Pride festivities.

Vong is Founder and President of Comedy Cares, a non-profit organization partnering comedians and charities to raise funds for worthy causes. Comedy Cares has had to fortune to partner with prestigious media organizations including National Post, AOL Canada and Metroland to raise over $100,000 for charitible organizations including Raise-a-Reader, Learning Enrichment Foundation and Outsports Toronto.

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