Ying Group has successfully sold the ‘Groom My Room‘ series and format to Vietnam’s HTV3, a children’s educational entertainment channel owned by Purpose Media.

The hit DIY series has been one of Singapore’s most beloved kids’ shows, running for nine seasons from 2001 to 2015 on Mediacorp.

In ‘Groom My Room‘, kids are given the chance to create the bedroom of their dreams. In each episode, one lucky kid gets to transform their room from boring, to eye-popping! It is hard work though- they must design it, choose the furniture, and make sure that everything gets done within the time limit and budget! The format empowers, encourages, and inspires kids to take initiative and be creative- they get to call all the shots.

The Vietnamese version of ‘Groom My Room‘ will start production in early 2018, and will be called ‘Dream Rooms‘. We are very much looking forward to seeing it!


2017 was another great year for all of us at The Moving Visuals Co., and we would like to thank everyone who was part of it.

From empowering remote villages to trying the world’s hottest foods; to wildlife conservation, and helping kids- we have told all kinds of stories!

We are now setting our sights on 2018 and everything that it has in store for us.

It is going to be our biggest and best year yet, so stay tuned!

We were recently awarded 3 Platinum Hermes Creative Platinum Awards for our shows:  Facing Dementia (Documentary); Revealing the Invisible (Documentary) and Bespoke (Factual Entertainment).  Thank you to everyone who worked on these shows!

There were over 6,000 entries from the USA and 36 other countries in the Hermes Creative Awards 2017 competition.  The Hermes Creative Awards is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (www.amcpros.com).  The international organisation consists of several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, media production and freelance professionals.  AMCP oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges and rewards outstanding achievement and service to the profession.

Bespoke, Big Food and Cooking for the Crown are now airing on Discovery Asia HD.

Big Food is our award-winning food series covering mega-meals in the making.  It was awarded an Asia TV Rainbow Award for Best Infotainment and Host Greta Georges was nominated for Best Host at the Asia TV Awards 2016.   Bespoke features host Justin Bratton scouring Asia for the best in handcrafted and made-to-order wares – from cars to guitars.    Cooking for the Crown follows Chef Christian Bauer as he visits Asia’s Royal Families to uncover their kitchen recipes and reinvents them in his own contemporary style.   All shows are distributed by Ying Group Asia and Beyond International.

In Singapore, tune in to Discovery Asia HD on Starhub Channel 461 or Singtel Mio 204.  The Channel is also available in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.   For schedules, visit:  http://www.discoverychannelasia.com/tv-listings/discoveryasia/



In No Ordinary Family, we meet some of Singapore’s most iconic families. Their names are found in Singapore’s history books – but who are the Tangs, Jumabhoys, Aljunieds, Sarkies, Yongs and Eus? How did they build some of the country’s most iconic places and institutions while raising their families? In No Ordinary Family, we enter a world of love, devotion, power and ambition. Find out how their uniquely Singaporean stories define each family.

No Ordinary Family
Premieres 14 June 2016
Airs every Tuesday
9:30 PM
Mediacorp 5

No Ordinary Family is also available on catch-up on Toggle.