57 Asian entries make the cut at Shortlist stage of 2012 London International Awards

Screen shot 2012-10-02 at 11.55.20 PM.jpg57 entries from Asia have made the cut at the Shortlist stage of the 2012 London International Awards, which have just finished judging in Las Vegas.

Only 570 entries made the cut, with around 10 percent going to Asian shops.  Japan leads the Asian pack, with 17 finalists, followed by the Philippines with 10, China with 9 and Malaysia with 7. Hong Kong, India, Korea and Thaliand all have 3 finalists and Singapore has 2 finalists.

USA topped the finalist tally with 100, followed by the UK with 80 and Australia with 58.

LIA Shortlist ALL COUNTRIES 10_1_12.xls


Only two? said:

It's official- the creative standards in the little red dot is at its lowest.
The CCA will be a trawl for the best of the worst.

Agreed said:

@Only two?

And both shortlisted entries belong to the same "campaign" by the same agency.

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