In 2013, John Yang worked on the set of the television show called The Full Bloom Show. The show, ran by Zillion Media Inc., was aired by Fox affiliates for a total of 3 seasons with over 100 episodes. Not only that, being the talented individual that John is, he was hired by Phifer Inc. in 2017. Phifer is a very well sought after job that is coveted by many in the area. During the hiring process, with many applications, possibly over a 100 applicants, with no connections, John was finally selected to become their new Multimedia Specialist, which the job focuses on videography and design work. He is the first Hmong person to be hired there. As well, the company is the world’s largest producer of aluminum and fiber glass insect screening, and they have three locations world wide. John Yang also owns a videography company called Kyo Production along with his wife Tracey, which he does great work there as well. One thing is sure about John. Success and greatness follows him everywhere. His kind heart will also match his level of greatness that shines through him.
Meet John Yang, Multimedia Specialist1 min read
In the early 1980s the mysterious unexplained deaths of more than 117 Hmong refugees would