29 Asian entries shortlisted for Media Lions lead by Japan with 7, India 6 and Singapore 5

Green newspaper.jpgSnapchat from the Closet.jpg29 Asian entries have made the cut at the shortlist stage of the Media Lions.

Japanese agencies have 7 shortlists, followed closely by India with 6 and Singapore with 5.

Hong Kong and Thailand have three shortlists each, whilst China has two, South Korea and Indonesia have one each.

For Japan Dentsu Inc Tokyo have 3 Shortlists, with Ogilvy & Mather, TBWA/Hakuhodo, TBWA Hakuhodo and Hakuhodo Kettle each getting one entry on the shortlist.

Leo Burnett heads India's tally with three shortlists for HDFC, OLX and Bajaj V. Ogilvy & Mather (Make love not Scars), Rediffusion Y&R (Dipper Condoms) and PHD (Lo Kar Lo Batt) have one each.
Ogilvy & Mather Singapore and Grey Group Singapore have 2 shortlists and Dentsu Singapore has one for Canon "Instazoom". Grey's shortlists are Zalora "Gift Buddy" and the now questionable "I Sea" App. Ogilvy's shortlists are both for "Snapchat from the Closet".

Mr Kim.jpgFrom China, J Walter Thompson Shanghai and Havas Shanghai are shortlisted. New start-up agency Playground Seoul is South Korea's only shortlist - for Hyundai "Going Home". And J Walter Thompson Jakarta is shortlisted for Indonesia.

VIEW THE MEDIA LIONS SHORTLIST: Media Lions Shortlist.xlsx

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