Chinese movie screened in Dubai
Dubai, December 30, 2008
A film, directed by well known movie maker in Singapore, JP Tan, was screened recently in Dubai.
This Chinese Cinema movie, “Where Got Problem” (“Wenti bu da”) was brought to the city by Chapal for the mandarin community in UAE as an innovative & inspirational Christmas & New Year Festivity Gift.
During the past economic crisis in Singapore, in the year 1997, many families had suffered financial difficulties. This is the story of wealthy families, who have undergone the financial downturn in Asia that time and how hope and determination can overcome such dilemmas.
“In these frightful circumstances nowadays when people are unsure due to global credit crunch and economical crisis, we aim to brighten up their minds and inspire their confidence to move forward with optimistic living, - said Ahmed Chapal, executive director for Chapal, a well-known real estate developer in Dubai and Ajman.
“We believe that this movie is very inspiring and should certainly thought-provoke all who watch it.”
Described by JP Tan, movie director and producer, “Where Got Problem” was produced in Singapore to encourage hope and determination among all during the Asian economic crisis of 1997.
“This is the story of two wealthy families, who have undergone the same fate, and how they managed to ride the storm and eventually succeed to even greater heights.”
The film was later distributed on VCD by Warner Brothers (A Time Warner Company).
The movie screening event was attended by Consul General of Singapore, Consul General of Taiwan, other VIPs, members of Singapore Business Council and top Chinese origin businessmen and investors.-TradeArabia News Service
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