Disney Channel Asia is a franchise of the Disney Channel that airs in most parts of Southeast Asia. Some countries, with either a lack of capacity or due to government restrictions, do not carry the network.
In 1996, Disney Channel Asia was launched using the same look in the UK and the same logo in the US, but airing the same programs from USA. They dropped on 1 June 1999.
Disney Channel Asia received a new logo with simple circles forming a Mickey Mouse's head. The splat logo from 1997 is still in use, and new idents where created in CGI and 2D animation. Also in December 2000, Disney Channel launched a sister channel called Playhouse Disney. The idents were dropped in 2003.
In 2007, the graphics and idents were revamped and Disney Channel Asia started using the ribbon look.
These were many of the popular idents on the channel. They were being ran until the 2011/2012 update.
In 2011, this logo began to be phased out in the channel's promos. It was fully replaced the next year.
In 2011, Disney Channel Asia started using the Disney Channel US' smartphone app logo in its promos. It was fully used the next year.
Disney Channel retired its 11-year Mickey Mouse silhouette logo series at 31 July, then this logo was replaced on 1 August.