Golden Path Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Golden Path Entertainment is a Hmong film company founded by Moua Lee (Muas Lis) around 1999 in Minnesota. The company primarily produces dubs, but has also produced some of their own movies. Their most famous film series, Niam Nkaug Zuaj Paj thiab Txiv Nruag Ntsuag, spawned 4 films in total.

1st Logo (2000-2003?)

Visuals: Below the sky blue mountain is clouds forming the company name while the orange sun rises from behind the mountain. After 5 seconds, the fog puffs up the name "GOLDEN PATH ENTERTAINMENT"below the logo. The sun still rises until it reaches to almost revealing the sun.

Technique: A mix of live-action and computer animation.

Audio: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Seen on Nkauj Hli Txoj Hmoo.

2nd Logo (2003?-)

Visuals: The same sun rises from before plays on a more realistic moving clouds before fading to the clip-art (which is just the top half off from the print logo). The name blurs before "ENTERTAINMENT" zooms out and the bars forms from the center. The bar shines before fading out.

Variant: On Niam Nkaug Zuaj thiab Txiv Nruag Ntsuag, the shining is placed on the name instead on the bar. One such occasion has the logo fading to white; this is used on one music video compilations related to the said movie.

Technique: A mix of live-action and computer animation.


  • The opening theme of the movie in most cases.
  • Occasionally, there might be a deep droning synth similar to the 2nd Turner Home Entertainment logo.
Availability: Seen on Yob Nraug Ntsuag, Niam Nkaug Zuaj Paj & Txiv Nruag Ntsuag, and Hlub Zaum Ob. The version with music can be found on music video compilations, but they're hard to come by.
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