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April 2008
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Print advertisment created by Ogilvy, China for Greenpeace, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Everyone's entitled to an opinion. Voice yours at forum.greenpeace.org

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy Beijing, China
Executive Creative Directors: Andrew Lok
Creative Directors: Andrew Lok
Copywriters: Andrew Lok
Art Directors: Wilson Chow
Photographer: Corbis
Retouching: He Shi Yang

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bats's picture
bats
Activity Score 75

exactly!!

julymonster's picture
julymonster
Activity Score 52

guys! but y bush??....

Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692

Wow.. "everyone is entiteled to an opinion" coming from china is feeling weird

bats's picture
bats
Activity Score 75

exactly!!

seventysixer76's picture
seventysixer76
Activity Score 105

Everyone in China is entitled to the same opinion.

Crusty555's picture
Crusty555
Activity Score 51

I knew an other ad, but with the picture from Hu Jintao

"Shot some monks...
keep smiling
more natural resources for China!"

"everyone is entiteled to an opinion"...
They are afraid to use their own politician or head of state.

Using Bush is really much too simple...
He (USA) is not the only one who rip the plant. (2nd place China)

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pest0's picture
pest0
Activity Score 55

Go to a web forum to voice your opinion ...
Exercise your right of free speech ...
And that coming from a chinese agency ...
Where have you been the last couple of weeks (or decades)? In cryo-sleep?

phoamcor's picture
phoamcor
Activity Score 1284

bad art direction.

harrison bruce's picture
harrison bruce
Activity Score 112

Individuality is fine. As long as we all do it together.

elsija's picture
elsija
Activity Score 10

I'm not from China, but I still find it strange that a Chinese ad firm gets held accountable for the acts of its government - when we don't really seem to be putting down the American ad firms for what Bush has done? Just my 2 cents...

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