|This article relies too much on references to primary sources. (November 2009)|
|Frequency||13 / year|
|First issue||February 1999|
|Company||LFP Internet Group|
Asian Fever is published thirteen times per year by Larry Flynt's Larry Flynt Publications, and Hustler Video also produces an Asian Fever line of videos. Asian Fever writer David Aaron Clark became a director for the Asian Fever series with the twenty-fifth entry.
The first chapter of Butterfly: An Erotic Odyssey - Thailand, Cambodia, Philippines by Steven Yang first appeared in the magazine, with the book itself later being blurbed by Asian Fever.
Under the subheading "Me Love You Long Time" in the essay "White and Wong: Race, Porn, and the Word Wide Web" by Darrell Y. Hamamoto in Image Ethics in the Digital Age edited by Larry P. Gross, John Stuart Katz and Jay Ruby, it's noted that Hustler's Asian Fever was part of a "boomlet in skin magazines in the United States that cater to the Asiaphile," connected to the "White male fetishization of the Yellow female-object" (250-251). "We Love You Long Time" happens to be the tagline on the first of the Asian Fever DVDs.