TikTok and AHA! Officially Launch Their Partnership on May 23

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On this day, a special #AHAmazingLearning segment featuring TikTok EduCreators aired on the show.
Manila, Philippines – May 23, 2021 – Continuing to pursue partnerships that promote learning in a fun and entertaining way, TikTok has collaborated with the GMA News and Public Affairs program, AHA!. This educational program is hosted by Drew Arellano, and showcases facts and trivia on a wide range of topics.
The partnership was officially launched on May 23 though a special #AHAmazingLearning segment on the show’s grand episode. During the segment, TikTok EduCreators had the chance to share amazing ideas and information, science experiments, and artsy tutorials on national television. The grand episode also featured the launch of AHA!’s original mascot.
The partnership between TikTok and AHA! kicked off with the #AHAmazingLearning campaign on the app last May 12. For the campaign, all TikTok creators with AHAmazing facts, cool experiments, and fun art tutorials to share are invited to post their videos using the #AHAmazingLearning hashtag until June 30, 2021. At the end of the campaign period, the best TikTok videos will be selected to be featured in the next fresh episode of AHA!.
As a platform for creative expression, TikTok also makes learning enjoyable. Now, through this collaboration, TikTok expands its reach as a learning platform, connecting with more Filipinos and making education even more fun for everyone by taking #AHAmazingLearning from the app to their TV screens.
Share and discover #AHAmazingLearning content on TikTok today! Download the app on your iOS and Android devices to get started.
About TikTok
TikTok is the leading destination for short-form mobile video. Our mission is to inspire creativity and bring joy. TikTok has global offices including Los Angeles, Mountain View, New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore, Jakarta, Seoul, and Tokyo. www.tiktok.com.

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