1. Jenn Im (CLOTHESENCOUNTERS)
This gorgeous fashion blogger is a 2nd generation Korean-American, and talks about her identity and struggles as an Asian-American in her video, "My Secrets," as well as other personal tags. Her beautifully made videos and fresh outfit ideas have made her famous on YouTube.
2. Melodee Morita
Melodee is not only a presence on YouTube, but is also a reporter for Fujisankei Communications (Japan), as well as a professional dancer! A Japanese-American New Yorker, she does excellent videos on fitness, beauty, and lifestyle, many of which are inspired by her Japanese heritage.
3. Kevin Wu (KevJumba)
Famous for his "Girls are like M&Ms" video and series on "Asian Parents" featuring his father, this Chinese-American comedian is a must-see. He directly addresses racial issues, discussing topics of importance such as transnational relationships and stereotypes of Asians (and more) with a humorous twist.
4. Ryan Higa (nigahiga)
Japanese-American Ryan Higa has expanded from making funny vids like "How to Be A Ninja" and "Off the Pill Rants" to becoming a YouTube sensation as a comedian, producer, and actor. He has spoken out about bullying experiences due to his racial background, as well as racism and stereotypes.
5. Philip Wang, Wesley Chan, and Ted Fu (WongFu Productions)
This brilliant film-making trio first came to popularity after their video about Asian women dating outside their race, called "Yellow Fever." They continue to be successful, making films featuring YouTube personalities (Asian-Americans very much included). A good channel to watch to expand your horizons on Asian-Americans on YouTube. Recommended vids are "POSER! -- the evolution of the peace sign." and "Do you love your job? - Job Expectations."