An aspiring actor from Shenyang (played by Shenyang-born Lin
Gengxin 林更新, a famous actor) moves to Shanghai
to find work. He's so focused on making his way up the slippery career ladder, that he doesn't return home for the Chinese
New Year. He also fails to realise what this means to his parents... until his dog, Le Le (Happy) triggers childhood
Every Chinese New Year, trains unite many millions of people.
This film looks at the festival from the perspective a train conductor and her son. Mum is working on a long distance train
over the holiday period. They have only three precious minutes together before the train pulls away. Not a phone in sight.
The film, though, was entirely shot on an iPhone X.
It's been a while, but Nokia are at last back in China with a
Chinese New Year film. An actor working through the Chinese New Year period is missing home... and a warm coat.
late for the family dinner on Chinese New Year's Eve is never a good idea. Emotions run high, but the late-arriving son in
this 20 minute film gets a chance to put things right following what can only be described as a most unexpected plot twist.
Increasingly, sons and daughters are choosing to spend their
CNY holidays away from their parents. In this Budweiser film, Mum and Dad find a solution that works for everyone.
New Year's eve and the festivities are slow to get started. Time for the 'Clay dolls' to jump into action and pull people
TNB Tenaga Nasional
South East Asia's largest publicly-listed power company has more than eight million customers in Malaysia. This commercial celebrates
the benefits of working together.