The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) was held at the National Library Building in Singapore from May 25-30 has concluded. The 6-day event brings together content creators and producers with parents, teachers, and librarians from all around the region, returning for its fourth year.

This year’s AFCC also featured a one-day Media Summit held on May 29, gathering content creators and media professional globally focusing on Asian children’s media content. The Media Summit included talks such as Bringing Your IP Beyond Television by David Kwok, CEO of Tiny Island Productions; as well as, Meet The Commissioners: What The Networks Want by Syahrizan Mansor, Senior Director, Head Programming & On-Air of Nickelodeon Asia, Leslie LEE, Director,  Programming  at Walt Disney Television Southeast Asia, and Charmaine KWAN, VP, Programming at Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific.