Six FTV programs named national winners by Asian Academy Creative Awards (2020/10/16)
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    Six FTV programs named national winners by Asian Academy Creative Awards (2020/10/16)

    Six of FTV's programs have won national prizes at the 2020 Asian Academy Creative Awards. FTV got nods in six categories, including best news program, best documentary, and best single news story. The shows will go on to represent Taiwan at the competition's finals in Singapore this December. The Asian Academy Creative Awards is an annual contest based in Singapore that recognizes creative excellence across 16 countries.

    How did Taiwan overcome the threat of the coronavirus? Hosted by FTV Vice President Hu Wan-ling, the show Taiwan History explores strategies that worked in "Taiwan: Containing a Pandemic."

    The story is told through news segments and interviews with government officials. It documents Taiwan's COVID success, and it won a national award for best current affairs program at the 2020 Asian Academy Creative Awards.

    FTV won the recognition in six categories, including best news program, best documentary, best single news story, best actor and supporting actor.

    "Human Origin in Taiwan," an episode of the show Taiwan History, takes a deep dive into the origin of the island's indigenous people. The piece will represent Taiwan in the category of best documentary.

    FTV also picked up a nod for news reporting. Its evening news program was recognized for its quality coverage and professional presentation. It’s now in the running for Asia’s best news program.

    Through an incident of animal abuse, an FTV English feature explored the rising trend of pet cafes in Taiwan. “The Ethics of Animal Cafes” by Stephany Yang won a national prize for best single news story. FTV’s popularly acclaimed dramas were also highly regarded by the judges.

    In journo drama "The Mirror," Ko Shu-yuan delivers a gritty portrayal of a mayor grappling with special interests and greed. For his performance, Ko was recognized in the category of best supporting actor. Meanwhile in "The Story of Three Springs," veteran actor Hsia Ching-ting is straight-laced conservative man searching for new meaning in his life. His nuanced performance won him a national nod for best actor.

    The Asian Academy Creative Awards recognizes creative excellence in news, features, and entertainment programming. National winners from across Asia go on to compete in the finals in December. This year, six FTV programs have been favored by the international jury and sent into the running for gold.
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