YouTube life. Sounds glamorous and easy, but the secret is in the making of it.
In this episode we delve into the story of Jeffrey Chang (@Jeffreyfever) who is an artist and human extraordinaire.
Jeffrey has appeared on the Ellen Degeneres Show, He’s been featured on the Ellen De Generes Show, competed in Canada’s Got Talent, worked with people like WongFu productions, NigaHiga, and MC Jin amongst others.
May is a special month because in the U.S. we’re celebrating Asian-American Pacific Islander Month. This episode is the beginning of a special series throughout the month of May featuring the lives of Asians throughout the world.
Don’t take your headphones off just yet. This month will just be dedicated to the stories of people who happen to be Asian but will not focus solely on Asian narrative. Regardless of your race, we’ll be discussing basic questions of humanity.
As most people on the show, his background is crazy diverse. His mother is from Madagascar, Dad is from Hong Kong, and he’s a French speaking Canadian from Montréal, Québec. You know that this is an interview worth listening to.
Jeffrey is a dear friend of mine who is constantly striving to not only better himself, but the world around him. A performer at heart no matter the stage, he is currently pursuing music and discovering a different side to himself to his already multi-dimensional person.
Despite all that coverage, this is the first time Jeffrey has appeared on a podcast which makes this extra special.
In Today’s Episode:
- Growing up Asian in French speaking Canada
- Secret life of a YouTuber
- How to straddle multiple cultures
- The making of his Draw My Life video
- And much more!
Where to find Jeffrey Chang
The best place to get to know Jeffrey in his current self is through his Jeffrey Chang YouTube channel where he showcases his musical escapades.
You can also check out his persona known as JeffreyFever through his comedy that has brought smiles to thousands around the world.
How does a person like me get connected with a person like him? It’s all about taking the initiative and being there for people without an agenda. How else do you think I got in touch with everyone else?
Thank you so much for listening. Do you have any experiences you’d like to share? Post in the comments below or shoot me an email!
‘Till next time!