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China Automobile Association - Mirror / Crossroads - print, China

Ice Cream Communications, China shows you just how tricky driving can get after a drink or two. I dig the idea even if the photoshop seems pretty bad.

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DMG's New Volkswagen Beetle Campaign - The New Beetle: A Timeless Classic - print, China

Along with this integrated online and print campaign there's also a unique collectors’ book. The online campaign is at newbeetle.com.cn - and the book will be featured at events taking place in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hangzhou among other cities in China.

“The Beetle campaign reflects DMG’s deep understanding of Chinese culture,” said Dan Mintz, founder and chief creative officer of DMG. “All of our creative work integrates and maintains Chinese tradition, while emphasizing the stylish and iconic values of the classic Beetle brand. The New Beetle is as timeless as the original. Our integrated campaign holds a mirror up to its heritage and Chinese culture to position the car as an icon of style,” continued Mintz.

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DHL 24 Hours Online Tracking 'van' - (2008) :60 (China)

DHL 24 Hours Online Tracking 'van' - (2008) :60 (China)

Thanks to Michael Wong / Ogilvy & Mather, Beijing for resending the films in a format that we could use. These films go with the previously posted images: DHL - 24 Hours Online Tracking (Dude, not truck) China and DHL - 24 Hours Online Tracking , China
Campaign objective/ creative brief:
To generate buzz for the DHL Online Tracking among the business community, a group of couriers were posted around the Beijing’s Central Business District. A white silhouette of a computer cursor were placed on their back as they walk around, quite literally demonstrating the possibility of constant tracking of your DHL parcel! This simple stunt/ live activity had effectively resulted in an apparent drop in parcel enquiry recorded by the DHL phone tracking system while online tracking click counters surged.

 

DHL Online Tracking ‘Courier’ - (2008) :60 (China)

DHL Online Tracking ‘Courier’ - (2008) :60 (China)

Thanks to Michael Wong / Ogilvy & Mather, Beijing for resending the films in a format that we could use and correcting some of the credits. These films go with the previously posted images: DHL - 24 Hours Online Tracking (Dude, not truck) - guerilla, China and DHL - 24 Hours Online Tracking - guerilla, China
Campaign objective/ creative brief:
To generate buzz for the DHL Online Tracking among the business community, a group of couriers were posted around the Beijing’s Central Business District. A white silhouette of a computer cursor were placed on their back as they walk around, quite literally demonstrating the possibility of constant tracking of your DHL parcel! This simple stunt/ live activity had effectively resulted in an apparent drop in parcel enquiry recorded by the DHL phone tracking system while online tracking click counters surged.

 

Adidas - Impossible is Nothing - China Olympics print campaign part 2

 

Adidas - Countdown - (2008) :60 (China)

Adidas - Countdown - (2008) :60 (China)

“Countdown” is the TVC running predominantly in HK but also a bit in China. No print.

 

DHL - 24 Hours Online Tracking (Dude, not truck) - guerilla, China

Another version of that "24-hour tracking" stunt from Ogilvy & Mather, Beijing - previously they did a truck which was cute but only seen by fellow drivers. Now they did a DHL-dude with an online arrow on his back.

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South Korean weightlifter Jang Mi Ran: " I never lift alone."
Russian polevaulter Jelena Isinbajeva: "Alone I jump. Together we soar."
USA sprinter Tyson Gay: "Ever seen a nation fly?"
American 400 meters runner Jeremy Wariner: "I run with 600 million legs."
Chinese Taekwondo athlete Yang Shuchun. "They see me but they’ll feel us."
Chu Mu-Yen: "No one gets up when a whole country kicks"
 

Adidas Beijing Moments - press, China

TBWA\Tequila Hong Kong continues their "Beijing Moments" campaign for Adidas, now with posters depicting athletes from around the world with "the whole country behind them" - like the original thought in their "Together in 2008 Impossible is nothing" campaign previously shown here in Adland, depicting thousands of fellow countrymen giving a helping hand to the athletes. You can also see the campaign at adidas.com/beijingmoments Ok that totally stopped working for me so good luck with that I swear it was working a minute ago.

I find the first one kind of creepy due to recent activity around here. But that's probably just me.

Featuring: Chinese Taipei Taekwondo athlete Chu Mu-Yen, Chinese Taipei Taekwondo athlete Yang Shuchun, South Korean weightlifter Jang Mi Ran, Russian polevaulter Jelena Isinbajeva , American 400 meters runner Jeremy Wariner, and USA sprinter Tyson Gay.

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Coca-Cola - Olympic city - (2008) :60 (China)

Coca-Cola - Olympic city - (2008) :60 (China)

Coca-Cola countdowns to the Olympics in this rah-rah ad created by Red Lounge, Shanghai directed by Psyop and produced by Stink. Kudos to Massivemusic for the score.

 

Unicef - Don't Ignore me - print, China

We've seen the "person painted as the background" thing used to sell everything from secure internet to chocolate-chip cookies before - but here it finally makes total sense. In fact, the only way I think this could be made better is if these were real kids sitting around all day like this in an ambient/guerilla stunt. Well done O&M Shanghai. There are 1.5 million underprivileged children in China.

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