Will China’s Animation Soon Beat the US and Japan In the Global Market?

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Animated film 'Ne Zha' broke domestic box office records and earned US$700 million, but can Chinese animation studios beat current leaders US and Japan in the global market? Read More

How ’90s Kids Are Redrawing the Boundaries of Chinese Animation

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China’s millennials are all grown up. The country’s animation industry is finally starting. Read More

Chinese Animated Romance Film ‘White Snake’ Coming to Select U.S. Theaters

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This animated feature film from China's Light Chaser Animation and Warner Brothers will be released in select U.S. theaters in November. Read More

In Depth: Is China’s Animation Industry Ready to Take Off?

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China’s animation industry is on a rising path after a long period of slow growth, signaling huge market potential, analysts said. Investors are also turning to animation as production costs are lower without casts of real people and with relatively less regulatory risk. Read More

Animated Film About Cheeky Kid With Powers Breaks Records

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“Ne Zha” has become the highest-grossing Chinese animated movie of all time, snatching the spotlight from Disney’s ‘Lion King’ remake. Read More

The Unincredibles: Why China Isn’t an Animation Superpower

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For those trying to resuscitate China’s animation industry, it’s about more than cute flicks — it’s about national pride. Read More

Animaniacs: Understanding China’s Nostalgia-Fueled Cartoon Craze

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A remake of a beloved childhood cartoon aired in China this week, eliciting varied reactions and a wave of nostalgia among netizens. Read More

Digital Platforms Allow Adult Animation To Shine In China

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It is notable how much of the emerging content is using animation to tell stories with adult themes. It’s a new development in a country where until now, animation has been firmly seen as a children’s medium. Read More

The Underground Artists Giving China Comic Relief

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From instant noodle monsters to sad seals, China’s indie artists are using their imagination to represent real life. Read More