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History of Chinese Animation

2014-11-26 13:55:30



The New Millennium (2000-present)

Over the past decade, thanks to diverse marketing strategies, government support, the application of new technologies and with more companies and professionals joining the industry, the Chinese animation industry has witnessed a rapid growth in terms of quantity and quality. It's not unrealistic to predict that in the future Chinese animation will play a bigger part in the international animation stage. Although Chinese cartoon and animation industry has maintained a strong development momentum in recent years, it is still experiencing an awkward situation. The fact that Chinese cartoon and animation works lack original and influential characters has become the biggest "bottleneck" for the development of China's cartoon and animation industry.

1. Lotus Lantern (2000)

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Exploring the world’s oldest porcelain production line


Chinese modern dance makes debut in Malta


Cartoon drawings celebrate 52nd birthday of Peng Liyuan


Chinese Cultural Festival in Australia 2014 launched in Sydney


Finding a way to abstract art


Jiuzhaigou Valley: China's fairyland


Fabulous scenery across China


Mount Huangshan, a fairyland in winter


Scenery of Daming Lake in Jinan, E. China


Jinshanling Great Wall


Ming and Qing imperial porcelains shine in Suzhou


Chinese cultural relics lost abroad (part 4)


Fifty Chinese and French artists build art park


Cute stone lions go virus online


Hou Shanhu's water ink art exhibition held in Beijing


Students get a touch of traditional culture in Beijing


Tianjin develops Grand Canal cultural tourism


Trick or treat! Says the pumpkin-shaped teapot