15 Minutes (Episode 2) : Lawrence Wong
15 minutes is essentially a show that involves interviewing well-known Malaysian celebrities, though we do it with a slight difference. We ask questions that are LESS asked by the mainstream media. Every episode is hosted by a different person -- either a staff or a student from KDU University College's school of communication and creative arts.
15 Minutes (Episode 1) : Percy Phang
15 minutes is essentially a show that involves interviewing well-known Malaysian celebrities, though we do it with a slight difference. We ask questions that are LESS asked by the mainstream media. Every episode is hosted by a different person -- either a staff or a student from KDU University College's school of communication and creatives arts.
Master Chef Heiko Antoniewicz-Molecular cooking
Molecular cooking is a fairly new concept to Malaysia. It is extraordinary, and it is something, that one should have experienced first hand to fully grasp it. Thus, we had invited German Master Chef Heiko Antoniewicz to KDU and a few selected guests to experience first hand what molecular cuisine is all about, what it tastes like, what it feels like. The molacular dinner, on a Thursday night in April 2009, was also a perfect opportunity to lauch his book "Molecular Basics" in Malaysia. Chef Heiko Antoniewicz is Germany's best known personality in Molecular Cooking. He has published several books that have become milestones in this field, has won numerous culinary awards and prizes. Also, Chef Heiko is a frequent guest to TV shows in Germany.
Chatime Ad [KDU College Students (Teh Tarik Productions) TV Ad Project]
This is part of our college's subject, Newswriting for Electronic Media, where we basically understand the concept of a filming and broadcasting and make into a huge project. We, Teh Tarik Productions(non-registered organisation), currently have in line, 3 short films, forming a trilogy known as the Musings Trilogy. www.facebook.com/MusingsTrilogy
And a few more TV ads and Pubic Service Announcements(PSA) lined up for you guys so stay tuned because hopefully with a few certain upgrades to our current hardware, we'll be able to present to you guys what kind fun filming and broadcasting can bring about to you. This ad was shot using two cameras at a mamak stall(Ali, Penang), KDU College and the residence of one of our group members(Matthew's Residence). This ad was made for Chatime to show that you can enjoy your Chatime, anytime, anywhere! Special Thanks To: Chatime Ali Mamak Directed by: Carmen Dianne Ngooi Idea by: Carmen Dianne Ngooi, Catarina Cheah Produced by: Selven Razz, Bashirul Khan & Jason Ong Make-Up & Costume by: Carmen Dianne Ngooi & Khoo Ying Shu Edited By: Adam Farid Ong, Catarina Cheah, Carmen Dianne Ngooi Music : The Dog Days Are Over - Florence + The Machine DISCLAIMER: This song does not belong to us. It was legally purchased on iTunes. We do not own any rights to this song whatsoever. The Chatime Logo used in this ad does not belong to us and belongs solely to the rightful owners of the logo, Chatime. This TV Advertisement was produced with the intentions of satisfying one of our requirements in our Final Project in the subject of Newswriting for Electronic Media, under the course of Diploma in Mass Communication as offered by KDU College, Penang. No copyright infringement was intended in the making of this TV Ad.
Children of Flowers - KDU University College - In celebration of Universal Children's Day
KDU School of Communication and Creative Arts has collaborated with renowned songwriter, Phang Hsueh Ping to produce a song entitled "Children of Flowers".The song is sung by local celebrity and Friend of KDU Mass Comm, Lawrence Wong, KDU staff and students!