It pleases me that there is finally a Cantonese version of the video that explains the Pioneer Generation Package (PGP). After I saw the Teochew one, I was wondering if they would release a Cantonese one, since that is my dialect group.
I showed the YouTube video to my mom on the family tv via my iPad/Apple TV. She quite enjoyed it, since she is also Cantonese (she is a hardcore TVBJ channel fan) and also a Mahjong playah. She totally got all the references and laughed at the presentation. She even asked to see the other dialect videos, and enjoyed those too.
It is cool to see dialects being used to communicate policy. But why stop at just online media? Show on tv lah! Show in the cinema lah! Sure, I can show my mother this Cantonese YouTube video on my computer or Apple TV, but it would be so much easier if the dialect videos can be seen in mainstream media too.
Good thing my mother understands and speaks English, so she can learn about her benefits as a pioneer generation citizen from other sources. For other older folk, these dialect online videos may be the only way they get to understand the package. So do show these to your loved ones if they need to understand the PGP in dialect.
Anyway, here are the three videos if you want to watch them all. Which one do you like the most?
Cantonese version: http://youtu.be/q-AtDI5EUqs
Hokkien version: http://youtu.be/cNPXz-xwziQ
Teochew version: http://youtu.be/edk70tCq13A