Lead by two characters named “Kokko” and “May” in every story. To teach children in moral ethics through a relaxed method by incorporating comedic values, eventually conveying an educational message to children. Kokko & May was introduced in 1997, it began its monthly publishing in 2003. In 2009, the monthly sales exceeded 150 thousands which broke the sales record compared to any other mandarin- based comics in Malaysia. Ge Mei Lia are well known to all local malaysian chinese mostly students and parents. In the meantime, it successfully influenced young children more into reading books.
Eddie See, a Malaysian-comic artist, who wrote and created Kokko & May or Ge Mei Lia. He founded Pinko Creative in the early 2012. Pinko Creative is a publishing company which focus more into comic discussions corporation as well as publishing comics, novels and many more.
Winning Record 2006 Award Nominations in China Animation & Comic Competition Golden Dragon Award (CACC) 2008 Became the first president of the Malaysian Mandarin Comics Society 2010 Won the "Best children reading material" in National Book Award 2011 hold a post as Honorary consultant in Malaysian Mandarin Comics Society