Ice Kacang Puppy Love

4/18/2010 Metzelder Siow 0 Comments

This film is inspired by its director and star, Aniu his directorial debut. After all, it has some of the most famous current overseas-based Malaysian superstars in it – Angelica Lee Sinje, Victor Wong Ping Guan, Gary Chaw Ge, Fish Leong, Penny Tai, Nicholas Teo, Yi Jet Qi, as well as veterans Eric Moo and Angela Chan Mei Ngor.

The film is based on his own childhood experiences while growing up in Penang, and he plays a secondary schoolboy who is secretly in love with his school mate Fighting Fish (Sinje). Set in Malaysia in the 1980s, this film tells the story of how a shy teenage boy overcomes the challenges in his life.

Stylish entrance: Tan Kheng Seong aka Aniu arriving at the premiere of Ice Kacang Puppy Love at Pavilion KL with his leading lady Lee Sinje in a rickshaw. – Glenn Guan/The Star

The movie was filmed primarily in the small town of Tronoh, near Ipoh, which was chosen because it resembles the small towns that Aniu grew up in.

In fact, that’s not the only thing Malaysian about it – the filmmakers are also very proud of the fact that the movie is “100% Malaysian-made”, from the cast down to the locations and sets.

During premiere, hundreds of fans turned up to watch the parade of local celebrities walking the red carpet at the gala premiere of Ice Kacang Puppy Love at the Pavilion KL.

Other cast members who made an appearance included Gary Chaw, Fish Leong, Victor Wong, Nicholas Teo, Penny Tai, Yi Jetqi, Eric Moo and Angela Chan. Local Chinese entertainment personalities who came included Wincci Soo, Chris Tong, Yise Loo, Andrew Tan, Suki Low, Daneil Lee and Angie Seow.


Metzelder says:

This film tails behind Malaysia’s very first fully locally made Chinese New Year flick Woohoo! – a runaway success with more than RM4mil in box-office takings. The figure is impressive enough and can they break it or take it?















Provided synopsis in Chinese. Apology to others.

Age of Glory 2

I have received news that Age of Glory 2 will made its debut on (June 14): Tells of a group of mainland Chinese who leave their homeland to settle abroad. Debbie Goh, Frederick Lee, Leslie Chai and Aenie Wong star.


The filming started on March 1 in Penang. The show will cover the challenges they faced and how they managed to survive with help of the other races like the Malays and Indians.

Besides Penang, there are also scenes in Taiping, Seremban and Kuala Lumpur.

Ntv7 Chinese drama for year 2010:
Injustice (Aug 19): Focuses on three women whose lives are intertwined by fate and features Tiffany Leong, Chris Tong, William San, Alan Yun, and Zzen Zhang.

Neighbourhood (Nov): Revolves around the occupants of a condominium block. Starring Frederick Lee, Danielle Dai, Leslie Chai, Angie Seow and Mayjune Tan.

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