Our documentaries and shows bring audiences on a journey across Asia where we meet new people, explore new places while tackling current issues. We take great pride in our diverse portfolio of travel, lifestyle, historical, adventure, observational and investigative documentaries and shows. We’ve produced an epic motorcycle adventure series across Borneo; unraveled the birth of one of South East Asia’s oldest cities; shared a coming-of-age story of teenage sisters in the Red Light District and investigated the dark and violent human trafficking syndicates in Asia. We love telling stories that spark our curiosity and further expand our perception of the world. We hope viewers will be come away entertained with newfound knowledge.
Boat People Part 2 was slated on Channel NewsAsia on 11 October 2015. This documentary reveals the dark trail of how this human trafficking network extends into Malaysia. Through interviews with journalists and law-enforcement officials, our investigation pieces together syndicate’s modus operandi while survivors recount their horrific journeys as they escape from their captors.
This film follows one year of the lives of the family members who are still searching for their loved ones who were on board missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
The coming-of-age story follows twin sisters Ida and Ina as they strive to leave their home in the red light district of Kuala Lumpur to seek a better life.
A clip from a biopic on the Malaysia’s 2nd Prime Minister. This is a biography that highlights some of the key achievements by Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia’s 2nd Prime Minister. Interviews with Malaysia’s current PM, as well as Malaysia’s former PM Tun Mahathir.
This is the story of the origins of the city of Jakarta, Indonesia and how it survived war and disease to ultimately succeed as one of Asia’s fastest developing cities today.
The story of American Navy officer Joel Champ, as he travels to Malaysia, the birthplace of Silat, to unravel the mysteries of this ancient martial arts.