Asia Rainbow TV Awards

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Asia Rainbow TV Awards is an Asian television awards ceremony held by Hong Kong Television Association and China Television Production Committee. The first ceremony was held in 2011, and the second ceremony was held in 2014.[1][2][3][4]

Winners are given the "Best" award, and runners-up are given the "Outstanding" award.

Categories[edit]

TV Drama[edit]

Programme categories[edit]

Year Modern Drama Historical Drama Action Drama Comedy Inspiring Drama
2011 China A Beautiful Daughter-in-Law Era China The Firmament of the Pleiades China A Legend of Shaolin Kung Fu Heroes in Trouble Taiwan Hi My Sweetheart N/A
2014 Best: South Korea The Heirs
Outstanding: China Beijing Youth
Outstanding: South Korea Secret Love
Best: China The Legend of Zhen Huan
Outstanding: South Korea Gu Family Book
Outstanding: China The Orphan of Zhao
Best: Singapore C.L.I.F. 2
Outstanding: China Little Heroes
Outstanding: China Chucky Monks
Best: China We Love You, Mr. Jin
Outstanding: China Return to the Blessed Village
Best: China Little Daddy
Outstanding: Philippines Bayan Ko (My Homeland)
Outstanding: China Guard Your Life

Individual categories[edit]

Year Leading Actor Leading Actress Supporting Actor Supporting Actress Comedy Actor Comedy Actress
2011 China Chen Jianbin
for Three Kingdoms
China Zhou Yun
for Golden Anniversary of a Stormy Romance
N/A N/A China Huang Lei
for Plots of Marriage Battle
China Ma Yili
for Plots of Marriage Battle
2014 Best: China Lee Liqun for Family on the Go
Outstanding: China Hawick Lau for A Clear Midsummer Night
Outstanding: Chen Li for Beijing Youth
Outstanding: South Korea Lee Seung-gi for Gu Family Book
Best: China Li Sun for The Legend of Zhen Huan
Outstanding: South Korea Park Shin-hye for The Heirs
Outstanding: China Yang Tongshu for Guard Your Life
Best: China Jin Dong for Family on the Go
Outstanding: South Korea Choi Jin-hyuk for Gu Family Book
Best: China Sun Guitian for Guard Your Life Best: China Wang Lei for We Love You, Mr. Jin
Outstanding: China Zhai Xiaoxing for Return to the Blessed Village
Best: China Song Dandan for We Love You, Mr. Jin
Outstanding: China Ge Xu for Return to the Blessed Village


Year Director Scriptwriter Action Director Theme Song
2011 South Korea Lee Hyung-min
for Bad Guy
China Wang Wanping
for Golden Anniversary of a Stormy Romance
China Feng Lin
for Three Kingdoms
Malaysia "Linger"
for Age of Glory 2
2014 Best: China Zheng Xiaolong
for The Legend of Zhen Huan
Outstanding: South Korea Kang Shin-hyo
for The Heirs
Outstanding: China Zhao Baogang
for Beijing Youth
Outstanding: South Korea Shin Woo-chul
for Gu Family Book
Best: China Liu Lianzi, Wang Xiaoping
for The Legend of Zhen Huan
Outstanding: South Korea Kim Eun-sook
for The Heirs
Outstanding: Singapore Ang Eng Tee
for The Journey: A Voyage
Best: China To-hoi Kong
for Little Heroes
Outstanding: South Korea Kim Min-soo
for Ugly Alert
Best: China "I Have Come to You"
for Marry Me
Outstanding: South Korea "Moment"
for The Heirs
Outstanding: China "Songs About the Knowledge of Bird"
for Family on the Go

Entertainment[edit]

Year Variety Show Infotainment Game & Quiz Show Host Hostess
2011 China 2009 Miss Asia Pageant Final Singapore Life Transformers 2 Singapore Gatekeepers Bobby Chinn
for World Café Middle East – Istanbul
Singapore Quan Yi Fong
for Life Transformers 2
2014 Best: South Korea 2 Days & 1 Night ("Snowy Scene Gift")
Best: China 2013 BTV Spring Festival Global Gala
Outstanding: Philippines ASAP Gives Back
Best: South Korea The Human Condition
Best: Singapore Fill My Tank
Outstanding: Singapore Invite Mr. Wright: China
Best: Singapore Kids vs. Film
Outstanding: China Duets Beijing Happy-go
Outstanding: China Greatest Chef
Best: Singapore Oli Pettigrew for Kids vs. Film
Outstanding: Singapore Ian Wright for Invite Mr. Wright: China
Outstanding: Philippines Boy Abunda for The Bottomline with Boy Abunda ("Bemz Benedito")
Best: South Korea Lee Young-ja for Hello Counselor
Outstanding: Singapore Mohini Sule for Kids vs. Film
Outstanding: Philippines Kris Aquino for Kris TV ("Janice de Belen and Kids")

TV Documentary[edit]

Year Nature & Environment Society & Culture Director Cinematography
2011 Singapore Extraordinary Asians - Elephant Guardian China After the Disaster China Cui Yazheng
for Oasis in the Desert
China Wu Xiaoping
for The Home of Mi-lu
2014 Best: Japan Legends of the Deep: Deep-sea Sharks
Outstanding: South Korea Cement Town Tragedy
Outstanding: Singapore Surviving Haiyan
Best: South Korea The Boy of Sorrow, King Lee
Outstanding: China Cloudy Mountains
Outstanding: Cambodia A River Changes Course
Best: South Korea Oh Kyu-ik
for The Boy of Sorrow, King Lee
Outstanding:China Zhu Yu
for Cloudy Mountains
Outstanding: South Korea Oh Kyu-ik
for Cement Town Tragedy
Best: China Ge Song
for Formica Beijingensis
Outstanding: China Wang Wen-ming for
Whisper of Minqin
Outstanding: Malaysia Lee Ali
for 101 East: Everest 60th Anniversary

TV Animation[edit]

Year Animation Character Design Director
2011 Hong Kong Temple Ride Hong Kong Shemy Chung
for Paperdoll
Hong Kong Joe Kwun, Miles Cheng
for Temple Ride
2014 Best: Hong Kong Life Goes On
Outstanding: Hong Kong Yeti
Outstanding: China Shalen
Hong Kong Joe Kwun
for Life Goes On
Outstanding: South Korea Lee Young-woon
for T-pang Rescue
Outstanding: China Tian Chao
for Kung Food
Hong Kong Joe Kwun, Miles Cheng
for Life Goes On
Outstanding: China Horus Tsai
for Adam's Bakery
Outstanding: China Zhang Yitao
for Shalen

Special Jury Prize[edit]

Year Programme
2011 China Three Kingdoms
China 2010 Shanghai Expo opening ceremony

References[edit]

  1. ^ Delizo, Michael Joe T. (27 June 2014). "Aquino, Abunda hailed as Outstanding Program Hosts in Macau". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  2. ^ "MediaCorp bags four regional TV awards". Channel NewsAsia. 30 June 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  3. ^ "MediaCorp snags three Asia Rainbow TV awards". Today. 1 July 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  4. ^ "Bayan Ko winner at 2014 Asia Rainbow Awards". The Philippine Star. 4 July 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-28. 

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