McDonald's, Samsung, GNX, Vivo, SK-II, Watsons, Lactum, Honor, AIS and more appear in this month's list of the top ad video in each of 13 APAC markets.
In a campaign by M&C Saatchi Spencer Hong Kong, SmarTone suggests that it will involve playing table tennis against robots and painting skyscrapers with blasts from a smartphone.
TBWA Media Arts Lab created seven bright videos highlighting the colours traditionally associated with each day of the week.
We asked agency leaders from across the region to choose the work they expect (or hope) to see winning at Cannes Lions next week. We got more than 80 picks. These emerged as the favourites.
Grey Malaysia helps WWF visualise the amount of microplastics people regularly eat.
Goodstuph's film for Dove Singapore urges those with chronic skin conditions to 'make peace with their skin'
Louie, the new face of Boxing Cat Beer, scores a knockout against bland branding
See festive efforts from Petronas, TNB, Astro, Watsons, Touch'n'Go, Plus Highways, CIMB, Jakel Textiles, RHB, McDonald's, P&G and BMW.
In one spot, the tennis star takes on the media without saying anything; in another, she simply reads a script.
The Malaysian bank and Ogilvy invert the traditional custom with a story about a mother begging forgiveness.
AIA and Leo Burnett create easily the most entertaining recruitment video Ad Nut has ever seen.
Unilever and Wunderman Thompson got help from an oncologist to design a “humble bar of soap” with the power to make women perform self-exams.
Campaign by Happiness Saigon encourages young people in Vietnam to raise their voice with their trash.
Queensland tourism campaign by Publicis and Herd MSL partners with Uber to book ride sharing under the sea along the Great Barrier Reef.
Pond’s Men Indonesia wants to rethink 'butch' advertising, and offers a slightly odd alternative.
For Hari Raya, the bank brand and FCB Kuala Lumpur present a true story about a reticent student and the teacher determined to reach him.
Probably you haven't. GS Caltex and Korean agency AdQua Interactive set out to change that with a touching storytelling initiative.
Paper confronts lack of acceptance for LGBTQ people using an old format: The classified ad.
DDB Singapore's effort on behalf of an autism organisation is about as good as it gets when it comes to "award bait". So why does it still feel icky?
See if you can solve the musical puzzles in this ingenious campaign, then use the QR codes to see if you were right.