|Cheng Yee Boys|
|Also known as||
Jimmy Chow (Incarcerated)
| Chronological and political information
1990's in Chinatown, Los Santos
Cheng Yee Boys (Mandarin Chinese: 鄭怡男孩) is a Chinese-American street gang also known as "CYB" originating in San Fierro, San Andreas during the early 1990s. At the time, Yee Boys was organized into one enormous gang. Wo Hop To controlled most of the criminal vices throughout the San Fierro and Los Santos Asian-American communities.
Cheng Yee Boys is composed mainly of young men. The gang first became famous in the early 2000's after two gang members Henry Ho and Chris Shen pulled an armed robbery in Chinatown, Los Santos. Henry Ho executed two shop workers and Chris Shen executed one civilian during the robbery. Both were caught and arrested a few blocks away from the 24/7 shop near Wong Park. Chris Shen was sentenced to a life sentence without the right to appeal. Henry Ho was executed in Los Santos High Facility Prison on 24th August, 2003. In 1991, Danny "Ah Pai" Wong, the leader of Wah Ching, was shot and killed by Wo Hop To hitmen. The Yee Boys officially got Wah Ching territory in Chinatown, Los Santos.
There is law enforcement anecdotal evidence that suggests as a group the gang has developed strong associations with other Asian organized crime groups, such as the Sun Yee On and 14K Triads in Hong Kong.
Currently, the gang have shown signs of mixed ideology. Despite the fact that Wo Hop To in Chinese literally means "Harmoniously United Association," there are still some individuals of non-Chinese descent who claim Yee Boys. The gang now consists small number of Vietnamese members.