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Jun 18, 2019

HK, Thailand and India work wins bronze in Print & Publishing

2019 Cannes Lions winners for Print & Publishing: Cheil HK, Ogilvy Thailand and TBWA India win on work for Chupa Chups, Lego and Kit, respectively.

Some of Cheil Hong Kong's winning work for Chupa Chups
Some of Cheil Hong Kong's winning work for Chupa Chups

Three APAC campaigns, one each from Hong Kong, Thailand and India, won bronze in the Print & Publishing category, handed out last night at Cannes Lions 2019.

There category yielded 32 awards globally, including a Grand Prix for 'The Blank Edition' for An-Nahar by Impact BBDO Dubai.

A table of the APAC winners follows. See all our Cannes Lions 2019 award coverage.

TITLE CLIENT PRODUCT ENTRANT / IDEA CREATION COUNTRY AWARD
HOMEWORK / MUSIC / TIDY-UP CHUPA CHUPS (SNACK TO HOME LIMITED) CHUPA CHUPS CHEIL WORLDWIDE HONG KONG HONG KONG Bronze Lion
SPACESHIP / DRAGON / EMPIRE STATES DKSH (THAILAND) LIMITED LEGO OGILVY GROUP THAILAND, Bangkok THAILAND Bronze Lion
ONE MINDFUL MIND NEUROGEN BRAIN AND SPINE INSTITUTE KIT TBWA\INDIA, Mumbai INDIA Bronze Lion

 

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