Biography

Night Owls Cinematic (NOC) is a renowned Singaporean YouTube channel and production company. Founded by Ryan Tan and Sylvia Chan, the channel produces various content, including travel vlogs, challenges, and skits.

The channel has amassed a large following over the years, thanks partly to its high-quality production values and engaging storytelling.

Night Owls Cinematic has been featured in various publications, including The Straits Times and Today.

Singaporean YouTube channel

Night Owls Cinematics
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Wiki Facts & About Data
Full Name: Night Owls Cinematics
Stage Name: NOC
Subscribers: 950 thousand
Channel: Night Owl Cinematic
Total views: 336 million
Nationality: Singaporean
Members: Ryan Tan, Sylvia Chan, Rao Zijie, Nicole Chen, Samantha Tan, Isabelle Quek, Anna En, Sherri Ashlee, Aiman Haikal
Founders: Ryan Tan, Sylvia Chan
Occupation: YouTubers • Content Creators
Net Worth: US$407,000

History

At 16, Ryan Tan and Sylvia Chan began working as part-time models. Five years later, the couple started dating, and at 22, they wed. After they attempted to open a Chinese restaurant failed, the couple founded Night Owl Cinematics (NOC), a production company, in February 2013.

Their training in videography and editing on YouTube initially began with weddings, where they got their start. They became full-time YouTube personalities after the platform’s video Shit Singaporean Girlfriends Say gained popularity.

Ryan Tan handled the company’s commercial operations while Sylvia Chan dealt with the cinematography, art direction, and occasionally cameo roles in their projects. Their videos commonly utilize Hokkien and Singlish colloquialisms, providing a window into Singaporean culture.

Under the category of “Media, Marketing & Advertising,” Forbes included them in its list of the 30 under 30 in Asia in 2016. After three years of separation, the couple announced on May 31, 2020, that their divorce had been finalized.

Allegations, Saga, & Scandal

An anonymous Instagram account with the handle @sgcickenrice accused Sylvia Chan of verbally abusing staff members and producing a toxic work environment on October 7, 2021.

Sylvia Chan was picked out and given an “exit strategy” by Samantha Tan. Numerous companies, including Colgate and Milo, ended their partnerships with the business in response to the allegations. On October 11, NOC retaliated, calling the accusations a “massive” smear effort.

On October 13, Sylvia Chan expressed regret and admitted that she “did not live up to the standards expected of her.” She will no longer be a member of the NOC roster of artists.

However, Samantha Tan, whose alleged mistreatment by Sylvia Chan was what ignited this saga, pointed out inaccuracies in Sylvia Chan‘s statement. On October 15, it was reported by Mothership that an office similar to NOC’s headquarters was listed on CommercialGuru for sale. The sale was later removed the same day.





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