|Height||5'8" (173 cm)|
|Weight||136 lbs (62 kg)|
|Debut||Street Fighter III: New Generation|
|English Voice Actor|| Ted Sroka (Street Fighter IV (in Chun-Li's intro)|
Johnny Yong Bosch (Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition)
|Japanese Voice Actor|| Wataru Takagi (Street Fighter III: New Generation and 2nd Impact)|
Masakazu Suzuki (Street Fighter III 3rd Strike, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition)
Yang is a playable character from Street Fighter series.
In New Generation, Yang is selectable only as a "palette swap" of his older brother Yun. In the later games, Yang is a separate character with his own unique set of special attacks and Super Arts. He is also a playable character in the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV.
The Legacy of YangEdit
- Street Fighter III: New Generation (1997)
- Street Fighter III: Second Impact (1997)
- Street Fighter III: Third Strike (1999)
- Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (2011)
- Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014)
Yang's theme is a calm and pleasant version of their theme from Street Fighter III: Third Strike.
- Yang and Yun both have striking similarities to two characters from the anime Gundam Wing - Duo Maxwell for Yun, who sports a ballcap and wears his hair in a long braid - and Trowa Barton for Yang, an acrobat with incredibly long and jagged bangs.
- He appears in Chun-Li's opening movie in Street Fighter IV with Yun. The twins also make a brief appearance in her Super Street Fighter IV ending. The duo would later become playable in the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV.
- Yang's Senkyutai attack is similar to Lee's old rising kick attack; in fact, the short version performs the move exactly without Yang's startup roll.
- Yang is one of the eleven playable Street Fighter characters who are in a romantic relationship or are married.
- Yang is much more reserved and level-headed in comparison to his hotheaded twin, though he is just as confident in his skills. To note to this difference in personality, his remix of their theme in Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition is more calm and pleasant sounding in its beat.
- Yun and Yang's theme in all of the Street Fighter III games bear a resemblance to the James Bond theme. The version in Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike sounds the most similar.