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Tong Dawei Joins Acadsoc as Brand Ambassador

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Chinese Actor Tong Dawei Joins Acadsoc as Brand Ambassador

 

 

ACADSOC signed Tong Dawei, a leading Chinese actor, as a brand ambassador in July 2018. As the first brand ambassador of Acadsoc, Tong Dawei has one of the largest fanbases, popular with teenagers and housewives alike for his boy-next-door image.

Many of Tong Dawei’s projects challenge the topics of unequal power in relationships and traditional gender norms in China. The popular television series “Tiger Mom” (2015), where Dawei broke patriarchal stereotypes by playing a supportive husband and father involved in primary childcare. In China, “Tiger Mom” caused ‘heated debates’ on the internet about parent-child relationships and China’s educational system. For his role, Tong Dawei was named Best Actor in a Television Series by the Huading Award.

As a father of three in real life, Tong Dawei has his own philosophy of education. “I’m delighted to promote ACADSOC as an excellent online English study platform to Chinese students,” said Tong Dawei. Breaking the spatial and temporal limitation, ACADSOC aims at high-quality online English teaching and caters to students’ individual needs. Under the cooperation, Tong Dawei will feature in the brand’s integrated advertising campaigns.

ACADSOC is the fastest-growing and leading online education company based in Shenzhen, China. With more than 2000 employees in mainland China and branch offices in Manila, Hong Kong, London and New York, the company continues to attract thousands of unique visitors and has currently more than 4,000 registered tutors in its 1-to-1 Online English Tutoring Service since August 2014.

About Tong Dawei

Tong Dawei is one of the most reputable actors in China, and the most reliable actor in terms of TV ratings, which has a wonderful family and extraordinary career. He first became known for starring in popular television series “Jade Guan-Yin” (2003), which won a Golden Eagle Awards for a Favorite Actor and Best Actor at Top Ten China TV Arts. Tong’s popularity further increased in 2007 with his most successful TV series “Struggle” (2007). For his work, Tong was awarded “Most Popular Actor” by the Beijing Television Annual TV Awards.

In 2007, at the 12th Pusan International Film Festival, Tong was nominated for Best New Actor by Pusan Film Critics Awards for starring in the film “Lost in Beijing”, which approached the issues of parental rights in a unique way not previously discussed in China. In 2008, Tong starred in John Woo’s epic “Red Cliff”, the opening film of the 21st Tokyo International Film Festival in October 2008, with Tong as part of the opening ceremony as a member of the leading cast. The movie was also shown at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, bringing Tong to the red carpet in Cannes for the first time and gaining international attention.

VENICE, ITALY – AUGUST 27: (L-R) Actor Tong Dawei, Sandra Ng, director Peter Chan, actresses Zhao Wei, Lei Hao, Zhang Yi and guest attends the Opening Ceremony and ‘Birdman’ premiere during the 71st Venice Film Festival at Palazzo Del Cinema on August 27, 2014 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Venturelli/WireImage)

Tong collaborated with international award-winning director Zhang Yimou and Oscar-winning actor Christian Bale for the movie, “The Flowers of War” (2011), which earned the nomination of Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globes. Tong represented the film at the 69th Golden Globe Awards and at the 62nd Berlin Film Festival, which marked the European opening. Tong’s performance in Peter Chen’s “American Dreams in China” was well received by both critics and audiences, and he was nominated the Best Supporting Actor by Taipei Golden Horse Film Awards, Asia-Pacific Film Festival, and Hong Kong Film Awards while winning the Golden Deer, Hundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actor, and Golden Angel Award at Chinese American Film Festival.

BEIJING, CHINA – NOVEMBER 23: Actor David Tong (R) and his wife Guan Yue attend a photography show as he is named Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women’s Agency at 798 Art Zone on November 23, 2016 in Beijing, China. (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images)

Many of Tong Dawei’s projects challenge the topics of unequal power in relationships and traditional gender norms in China, for example, “Lost in Beijing” (2007), “Dearest” (2014), and the popular television series “Tiger Mom” (2015), where Dawei broke patriarchal stereotypes by playing a supportive husband and father involved in primary childcare. In China, “Tiger Mom” caused ‘heated debates’ on the internet about parent-child relationships and China’s educational system. For his role, Tong Dawei was named Best Actor in a Television Series by the Huading Award.

MILAN, ITALY – FEBRUARY 23: Actor Dawei Tong (L1), actress Zhang Ziyi (L3) and model Liu Wen (L4) attend the gala dinner of Tod’s Timeless Icons during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017/18 on February 23, 2017 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images)

 

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