Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Steve Jobs lookalike does tea commercial on Taiwan TV

UPDATE:
Anonymous said...
I know that guy as do loads of people on this site...he's a fairly well-known actor/model/dancer if you move in those circles in Taipei. Has put on a coupla broadway-type shows here. Good on him for getting his 15 minutes of "fame".
Steve Jobs tea advert link is down. seems YOUTuBE POLICE GOT to IT see here:
lawsuit time? Nicole Martinelli was right!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGK6zPG7xn4


BUT THIS IS STILL UP:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Sk4GfU_TXw


He's not Steve Jobs, but he sure is a good lookalike for the
Apple chief, and while we still don't know the name
of this expat in Taipei who plays the role of "Steve Jobs" in this tea
drink
commercical currently airing on Taiwan television,
he's almost a dead ringer for the tech icon.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGK6zPG7xn4


The tea company -- http://www.teastyle.com.tw/ -- is owned by a huge
convenience store comglomerate in Taiwan, and this advert
is part of an iPad giveaway drawing the tea firm is sponsoring.

The ad is
eminently watchable,
just 21 seconds long, and it's
gaining traction among Jobs watchers and bloggers worldwide, from
Taipei to Tiananmen (pronounced "tea-an-amen"). The tea
drink he's hawking is called [統一茶] -- "Tong Yi Cha" -- and as usual it's a sugary
sweet tea concoction sold in the 10,000 plus convenience stores
that make an appearance at every street corner in Taiwan. What's
inside? Mostly water and sugar, so forget about it being anything
really like tea. It's not tea. It's sugared water with a tea flavor.

But the sweet-smelling
TV ad is making waves in the blogosphere and
giving Steve Jobs fans another viral video to file away in the
doppelganger department. Enjoy.
這是私人影片。
如有不便敬請見諒。

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Link is down. Seems the Youtube police have got to it?

dan said...

Steve Jobs tea link link is down. YOUTuBE POLICE GOT IT IT see here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGK6zPG7xn4

這是私人影片。
如有不便敬請見諒。

Anonymous said...

ANon at 10:28 pm above, THANKS, alerting world now...lawsuit time i guess....wowsers

Anonymous said...

http://plogspot101.blogspot.com/2011/07/steve-jobs-lookalike-does-tea.html

but this one still good

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Sk4GfU_TXw

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dan said...

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thanks Aakar, keep in touch,

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Anonymous said...

Wie Dan Bloom in seinem Blog schreibt, sei das Instant-Getränk kein richtiger Tee, der seinen Namen auch verdiene. Sondern vielmehr ein gezuckertes Wasser mit Teegeschmack namens Tong Yi Cha. Wer genug davon trinkt, gewinnt ein Apple-Tablet.

Verstoss gegen Richtlinien

Der TV-Spot wurde bei YouTube veröffentlicht, ist inzwischen aber nicht mehr verfügbar. Einige Kommentarschreiber haben wohl zu Recht vermutet, dass Apple gegen die Promo-Aktion vorgehen wird.

Der Apfel-Konzern kennt strenge Richtlinien (PDF-Dokument) für Drittfirmen, die mit Apple-Produkten werben und sie verschenken wollen. Wie «Cult of Mac» berichtet, wachen die Anwälte mit Argusaugen über die Einhaltung der Promotions-Richtlinien. Demnach ist es Drittfirmen nicht gestattet, aktuelle Produkte wie das iPad 2 zu verschenken.

Anonymous said...

I know that guy as do loads of people on this site...he's a fairly well-known actor/model/dancer if you move in those circles in Taipei. Has put on a coupla broadway-type shows here. Good on him for getting his 15 minutes of "fame".

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