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180China and Stink Productions Create Festival Promo for Leading Chinese Retailer JD.Com

The energetic spot encourages shoppers to break apart from the crowd and change boring routines and buying habits

180China and Stink Productions Create Festival Promo for Leading Chinese Retailer JD.Com

Beijing based advertising agency 180China has teamed up with Stink Production to create new TV spots for one of China’s biggest e-commerce (I have attached a low resolution version). The spot celebrates’s self invented shopping festival – Jun 18 (618). The now massive online shopping festival was created by a few years back and has since then seen many e-commerce businesses and retailers jumping on the bandwagon in search for capitalising.
The TV spots encourages Chinese to take a break from your daily routine by joining the massive online shopping festival on You have been working hard the last half year, and summer is approaching fast. It’s time to reward yourself with a break. By heading to and participating in the online shopping festival you can easily pick up a new hobby for the summer.

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: 180China

Creative Director: Li Pengqi / Kenneth Kuan

Copywriter: Li Pengqi, / Xu Kun

Art Director: Kenneth Kuan

Chief Creative Officer: Kenneth Kuan

Agency Production: Cui Yunliang

Account Managers: Moson Jiang / Karma Lin / Shanpu Tu / Xinyu Lu

General Manager: Peter Lo (Deputy)

Production Company

Production Company: Stink Films

Executive Producer: Sally Shi / Desmond Loh

Director: Jovan B. Topdorovic

DOP: Albert Salas

AD: Jo Chan (First)

Line Producer: Deman

Technical Assistant : Shen Yong Nian (gaffer)


Edit Assistant: Han Zi

Post Production / VFX

Post Production Company: DDPO Beijing

Producer: Mary

Grade: Nicola

Online Artist: Ahlo


Music Agency: Audio Force