Topic: Hong Kong

Anti-Littering Campaign Uses DNA to Identify Litterbugs and Put Their Faces on Ads

Science to the rescue

Thinking of littering in Hong Kong? You could soon be a poster child for the problem. A remarkable campaign from Ogilvy & Mather takes DNA from trash on the ground and…

Ad of the Day: MetLife's Doting Dad Is Also a Liar in This Ad With a Heartbreaking Twist

Standout spot breaks through the clichés

The tearjerking Asian insurance commercial has become something of a cliché after so many years of emotional Thai Life spots. But MetLife Hong Kong breathes new life into the form…

The 3 Reasons Why Infiniti Picked Crispin

Marketing chief Vincent Gillet explains his thinking

Crispin Porter + Bogusky's culture, experience and energy distinguished the agency in Infiniti's just-completed global creative review, which culminated with the hiring of Crispin as the brand's new lead global agency. In…

Young Protesters in Hong Kong Have Found an Ingenious Way Around Cyber Censors

FireChat app lets them talk off the grid

As Hong Kong's "Umbrella Revolution" enters a dangerous phase, government censors are clamping down on social media sites used to communicate images of the protest to mainland China. Thousands of young…

Lego Versions of Famous Artworks Are So Great, They're Now Official Ads

Spec project attracts agency's attention

When most great spec projects make the rounds among the Internet's creative community, it's assumed the work will never see the light of day. Here's a notable, wonderful exception. Late last…

If You're Into Stuffed Animals Licking Your Nipples, You've Come to the Right Ad

What's up, Hong Kong?

Oddvertising is catching on in Hong Kong with this absurd spot for Rio Mints featuring what Shanghaiist calls "just the right amount of nipple licking." The scene opens with a young…

Listerine Flipbook Gives Beautiful Woman Nasty Onion Breath

JWT ad smells like victory

Sometimes an idea is so simple and perfect, you wonder how no one thought of it before. Today's case in point—the bad-breath flipbook. JWT in Hong Kong created a bunch…