Stir television show
Stir, also referred to as StirTV, Stir TV and Stir-TV, was the first nationally distributed Asian American television show. Produced by former A. Magazine publisher Jeff Yang in collaboration with KTSF producers Ashley Hathaway and David Baker, the 30-minute show aired on the International Channel for two seasons from December 2004-2005. The magazine-style program, which targeted viewers aged 18–25, was hosted by Tony Wang, a Chinese American corporate lawyer; Sabrina Shimada, a Japanese-German American high school student; Brian Tong, a Chinese-American Apple computer salesman; and Jeannie Mai, a Vietnamese-Chinese American makeup artist.