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This article was published on July 8, 2011

Steve Jobs look-alike sells tea in Taiwan [Video]

Steve Jobs look-alike sells tea in Taiwan [Video]
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Francis Tan is the Asia editor of TNW, who is based in the Philippines. He is particularly interested in Asian Internet startups, social me Francis Tan is the Asia editor of TNW, who is based in the Philippines. He is particularly interested in Asian Internet startups, social media and e-commerce. Get in touch with him via Twitter @francistan or Email [email protected].

An ad for a Taiwan-based tea company featuring a Steve Jobs look-alike is making the rounds on YouTube, and it’s no cheap parody.

The commercial mimics what an authentic Apple keynote would look like — where fake Steve Jobs, wearing his iconic black turtleneck shirt and blue jeans, strolls across the stage with a giant iPad 2 in the background.

If it’s any consolation, it’s still somehow Apple-related. Apparently, it’s for a promotion the tea-company has with Apple, wherein people can win an iPad 2 every week with every purchase of “Tong Yi Cha.”