Eric Tsang Won The Best Actor in 1st Malaysia Golden Global Awards

Hong Kong cinema’s biggest names – Anthony Wong and Eric Tsang, Taiwanese starlet Wu Ke Xi and South Korean actor Kwak Do Won were among the big names had set to grace the red carpet ahead of the 1st Malaysia Golden Global Awards (MGGA).

There are total 9 awards were presented at night. The winner Eric Tsang, Dato’ Lai Meng, and Malaysian famous director Bradley Liew has personally come to accept the award. “It is a huge honour that I had won the Best Actor, I don’t think I had the opportunity to stand up here,” said Tsang. “A comedian for almost his whole life, he shines on this heart wrenching father figure. We see the journey of a strong man with a strong heart. “The juries panel commented.

Besides that, Malaysian director who stayed in Philippines had won the Best Film. When his first feature film “Singing in Graveyards” had become the first “Best Film” in Malaysia Golden Global Awards, Liew has showed his excitement, “the film is well directed, writen, perform amd filmed by the most promising young film director in a risk taking subject full of humor and laconism.” one of the juries said. “This is should be awarded to my grandpa,” “I am not Madame Bovary” directed by Feng Xiaogang awarded as “Best cinematography” while “Best new director” has go to Bu Jun Feng, the director of “Apprentice”.

90 years old Malaysian actor Dato’ Lai Meng was the spotlight at the awards night. When Dato’ Lai Meng was awarded the “Lifetime Achievements Award”, all of the audience has stood up and applause to show respect to Dato’ Lai Meng. She also revealed that the current is being prepared by Wang Kaixuan directed autobiographical film, and called: “I hope you support the dawn!

Mr. Maxence Kinget, Managing Director South-East Asia & Oceania at Jaeger-LeCoultre, awarded the Reverso Grande Taille to the director of the Best Film: Director/Producer Bradley Liew accepted the award for Singing in Graveyards. On its case-back of the Reverso watch carried a personalized special lacquered engraving hand-crafted by Jaeger-LeCoultre artisans with the logo of the Malaysia Golden Global Awards. The engraving, revealing the unique charm of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s iconic Reverso watch, was to commemorate and encourage the efforts made by the Best Film.

Jaeger-LeCoultre has long-established relations with the film industry. The brand has been the official partner of the various film festivals around the world, such as the Venice International Film Festival, Shanghai Film Festival and many other prominent festival. Jaeger-LeCoultre’s support with the Malaysia International Film Festival further cements both organizations’ roles within the film community.