Xi'an Famous Foods in New York City is a family-run business with a large presence. But how did a single food stall become a citywide phenomenon? President and CEO Jason Wang tells NBC Asian America the story of how Xi'an Famous Foods grew from the basement of a mall in Flushing, New York, to nearly a dozen locations across the city.
"Self-Starters," a new five-episode series from NBC Asian America, explores the stories of entrepreneurs whose unique stories include one common thread: the pursuit of the American dream.
New episodes of "Self-Starters" are available on Tuesdays through April 26 and can be watched on NBCAsianAmerica.com, NBC Asian America's Facebook page, NBC News' official YouTube channel, and the NBC News app available on mobile devices, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
"Self-Starters" is part of "NBC Asian America Presents...," a new video channel that will feature documentaries centered around themes and voices found in Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Catch up on more videos online at NBCAsianAmericaPresents.com.
- Episode 1: Xi'an Famous Foods
- Episode 2: POW! WOW!
- Episode 3: GigaWatt Inc.
- Episode 4: HLZBLZ
- Episode 5: RedGreen Rivers