Daniel Yun

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Daniel Yun (traditional Chinese: 雲暉翔; simplified Chinese: 云晖翔; pinyin: Yun Huixiang; Cantonese Yale: Wan Fai-Cheung) is a veteran Singaporean film producer, presenter and managing director for MediaCorp Raintree Pictures. He has gone on to co-produce and finance over 20 films made in China and Hong Kong.


Yun, who prefers not to disclose his age to the public, was born in Singapore after his twin brother, Tai Ho, (by 15 minutes), who currently heads MediaCorp News). Yun was educated at Victoria School.

Yun joined the then Singapore Broadcasting Corporation as Vice-President of Radio Sales in 1991. A year later, he was made head of radio programming and went on to establish and head the Marketing Communications as well as the Programming and Acquisition departments for the station when it became corporatised as Television Corporation of Singapore in 1994.[1]

In 1998, Yun took up the position of Vice-President of Production 5 at TCS and was heavily involved in content development, supervising the production of such English dramas and sitcoms such as Under One Roof and Growing Up. In the same year, he was appointed as the Managing Director of MediaCorp's Raintree Pictures, the movie-making arm of Mediacorp. He has since relinquished his position at Production 5 to concentrate on Raintree Pictures. In 2009, he left Raintree Pictures and founded his own movie production company, HomeRun Asia, with the aim to promote and market Asian movies. The first movie produced by HomeRun Asia is Homecoming in 2011.


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