Noor Azhar
Sep 20, 2011

Spikes Academy draws enthusiastic participation for third year

SPIKES ASIA - Now in its third year, the Cheil Worldwide-sponsored Spikes Academy saw another group of very enthusiastic creative students from eight Asian countries come together for two-and-a-half days. Noor Azhar, Spikes Academy tutor, reports.

The event attracted participants from nine regional markets

This year we welcomed students from India, Sri Lanka, China, Hong Kong SAR, Singapore, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Indonesia.

A total of 52 resumes were received from around Asia-Pacific. Selections were made by the Spikes Asia Festival representative offices and the final 15 decided by a panel at Cheil Worldwide.

The students bonded really well from the start, and camaraderie was built through the various activities...

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