2015 LongXi creative awards call for entries open

LongXi photo.jpgThe LongXi Creative Awards, 'Winning LongXi, Winning the World' is now accepting entries.

The annual LongXi Creative Awards is marching forward with global trends. Since last year, they have merged and expanded from the original 6 categories of 'Broadcast', 'Press', 'Outdoor', 'Social Engagement' and 'Brilliance' to a total of 12 by including 'Direct', 'Mobile', 'Interactive', 'Brand Entertainment', 'Best Use of Celebrity' and 'Craft' awards.

LongXi was founded in 1997 by the four creative gurus, Jimmy Lam, David Sun, Tomaz Mok and Peter Soh, with the common goal to raise the Chinese creative industry bar. This year marks LongXi's 19th anniversary. LongXi is equivalent to the Olympics of the Chinese advertising, covering markets like Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and North America. It is an international creative award originating from China and operated by Chinese creative professionals. LongXi is also the only Chinese creative award included in global rankings.
'Winning LongXi, Winning the World', only the best in originality and the best creative work are worthy of the LongXi awards.

The submission deadline is September 15th. Any late entries after September 15th are subject to a 20% surcharge per entry for special handling.

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