Fans in Southeast Asia can now be entertained by Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Goofy in the “Mickey Go Local” animated shorts, which see the beloved characters exploring Singapore and Malaysia’s food, traditional wear and iconic architecture.
The six-part series is the first-time audiences will see Mickey & Friends in familiar settings, inspired by Southeast Asia’s rich culture and art. From watching the hilarious antics of Mickey and Donald as local street hawkers to Minnie trying her hand at some very spicy cooking, the Mickey Go Local animated shorts will connect with audiences in locally relevant ways.
The animated shorts series was created in support of Year 2 of the “Mickey Go Local” initiative in Singapore and Malaysia, which includes a refreshed product line across apparel, homeware and accessories.
Fans can also look forward to mall activations in the following countries:
Singapore: From 6 August till 8 September, “Jalan Jalan with Mickey & Friends” across eight shopping malls: Anchorpoint, Bedok Point, Causeway Point, Changi City Point, Northpoint City, The Centrepoint, Waterway Point and YewTee Point. Activities include photo opportunities, interactive experiences, meet and greet sessions with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, and retail areas.
Malaysia: From now till 16 September, “Jom Jalan Jalan with Mickey & Friends” in select malls across Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, Penang and Kuantan. Activities include photo opportunities, interactive experiences, games, retail areas, and meet and greet sessions with Mickey Mouse.
Fans can now catch the first short, “Master Hawker”, on Disney Channel Asia YouTube page. There will also be a new short every month till January 2020 on Disney Channel and across its social media platforms. Each episode is about two minutes long.