After bringing Todd Wong's Gung Haggis Fat Choy
to Seattle audiences for 13 years,
the time has come to wrap up production.
Special thanks to Todd for sharing his creativity,
and to everyone who supported and participated.
For additional information, contact me at 206.364.6025,
or e-mail me at





Todd Wong (aka "Toddish McWong")

of Vancouver, B.C.,

creator of the trademarked

"Gung Haggis Fat Choy". 

Recognized in the Scottish Parliament's


"This is Who We Are:  Scots in Canada". 

Photo taken in Edinburgh, October of 2009.


A Brief History of Todd Wong's Trademarked Gung Haggis Fat Choy

     Gung Haggis Fat Choy!  Huh?!  In 2007 Bill McFadden, then President of the Caledonian & St. Andrew's Society, introduced Todd Wong's  trademarked production of "Gung Haggis Fat Choy" to Seattle.  Billed as "A Celebration of Chinese New Year and Robert Burns' Dinner", the laughter-filled evening included haggis, a delicious Chinese dinner, Pipes & Drums (traditional and fusion style), sing-alongs (including "When Asian/Scottish Eyes are Smiling" and "My Haggis/Chow Mein Lies Over the Ocean"), Poems, The Address tae the Haggis (delivered in rap to an enthusiastic and responsive crowd) and Auld Lang Syne sung in both Mandarin Chinese and English.