NTV 7 & SGM
cordially invite you and your family members and friends to view the second broadcasting of
Daisaku Ikeda Animation Series
Dr. Daisaku Ikeda’s Award Winning Children Animated Series is back again!
Dr. Daisaku Ikeda’s award winning children animated series will be on air again at ntv7 during the forthcoming school holidays
every Saturday from 2.00pm to 2.30pm, beginning 13 November 2010.
The 5 stories with 7 episodes will be dubbed in Mandarin with Malay subtitles and will be broadcasted in a series entitled
“Like Me, Like You : The World in Your Heart”. This is the second collaboration between Soka Gakkai Malaysia and ntv7.
The objectives of this broadcast are:
1) To promote universal values such as the preciousness of life, the importance of compassion and courage, the beauty of human character, friendship and love.
2) To impart to the children and instill in their hearts an unwavering commitment to peace and a vision of a beautiful world.
3) To cultivate in the lives of the children the seeds of justice, courage, hope, earnestness and kindness.
About the Author
DR. DAISAKU IKEDA, PRESIDENT OF SOKA GAKKAI INTERNATIONAL
The author, Dr. Daisaku Ikeda, born in Tokyo on 2 January 1928, is a well-known Japanese philosopher, peace builder and educator who is also the founding president and leader of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI), a Buddhist network with 12 million members in 192 countries and territories. Dr. Ikeda’s literary focus has always been literature for young children – a genre in which he first honed his writing talents as an editor of a children’s magazine while in his early twenties. He has written 24 children’s books, which have been translated into numerous languages. Many of them have been made into animated films and applauded for their positive influence on young viewers.
A series of 12 of his animated stories won the Anak TV Broadcasters’ Award from the Philippines-based Southeast Asian Foundation for Children’s Television in 2005. The Anak TV Broadcasters’ Award is the highest honour given by Philippine broadcasters for significant contributions by individuals to the betterment of Philippine broadcasting, especially for children’s programs. Selected films from the series were also previously broadcasted in 24 countries including Panama, India, Sri Lanka, Iceland, Spain and Australia where they received acclaims.
Chan Yin Kwan
SGM PR Department
T: 03-9075 6876