This Malaysian artist is working his dream job at Pixar

Liew (in red) holding the Oscar for the Best Animated Feature Film for Coco, with (from left) the movie director Lee Unkrich, co-director Adrian Molina and producer Darla K. Anderson. — LYON LIEW

Malaysian-born Lyon Liew lends his expertise to Pixar, working on Coco and the upcoming The Incredibles 2.

THEY say that Pixar movies are where dreams come true. Okay, they don’t really say that but if you ask Lyon Liew, he would probably agree wholeheartedly.

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