Ad Nut
Sep 11, 2019

Beware of cheating felines

THE WORK: A campaign for the Hong Kong Competition Commission by Triangle.

Hong Kongers seem to have more on their minds these days than anti-competitive commercial enterprises, but nonetheless here's a new TV spot for the Competition Commission by the agency called Triangle. If you don't speak Cantonese, it may be helpful to know that the saying “pull a cat's tail” means "to cheat", and like in English, "fat cat” is related to being rich and greedy.


Client: Competition Commission
Ms Rita Ho, Senior Manager Public Affairs
Agency: Triangle
Creative Director: Rodney Tam
Art Director: Jeffrey Wong
Copywriter: Rodney Tam & John Fuery
Account Servicing: Eddy Lau
Production House: Bleu Arc
Director: Richard Au Yeung
Producer: Wenda Chan
Post-pro: FX3
Animation: FX3
Music: Benson Fan

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