Chinese Quan Zhi Gao Shou looks Better than Japanese Anime?

Future of Chinese anime (Quan Zhi Gao Shou):

Over the past decade, China has become a market that seeks to transform its domestic industry into a global producer of animation. Until the mid-2000s, animation consumption in China was largely dependent on foreign productions. In the 1990s, television shows such as Japan’s Doraemon, the robotic cat, entered the Chinese market and captivated audiences with its time-travelling adventures. Meanwhile, animation series such as Hello Kitty and Pokémon also captured the attention of Chinese audiences assisted by global character merchandising.

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However, since 2005, the Chinese government has implemented measures to improve the quality of the country’s animation industry, including establishing industry incentives and broadcasting regulations. For instance, China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) requires each TV station to allocate at least 60 per cent of animation airtime to domestic animation.

China also has a foreign film quota, which only allows 34 foreign films (both live-action and animation) per year to be screened. This gives the opportunity for domestic animation films to “exploit this protected space” in order to use the local market as a launching pad to go global.

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In the recent years China has begun to invest in Anime, and in this case we see the result, a fully animated series with probably some of the best art in this season.

if you’re seeking for something new, willing to attempt something fresh, then please do give (Quan Zhi Gao Shou a.k.a The King’s Avatar) a try as it is probably relatively unlike what you have seen in the anime industry so far. You may come to love it, or also detest it but it’s definitely not a waste of time in my opinion.

The King’s Avatar(Quan Zhi Gao Shou) :

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Action, Adventure, Comedy, SliceOfLife, Sports, Chinese

Author: Butterfly Blue (蝴蝶蓝)

Status: 1728 Chapters (Complete) Raws

More Information: The King’s Avatar (Quan Zhi Gao Shou 全职高手), written by Butterfly Blue (蝴蝶蓝), is under the Gaming category. It received the title for Best Work in 2013 and is the first and only 1000 Pledged Work (千盟作品). An animation for The King’s Avatar will be coming out in 2017: Animation Sneak Peak , Animation PV


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Poison Fang

Hi I am one of the creator and co founder of Anime Hound...a simple Anime lover, basically watching Anime that is what i do everyday.. haha .. pretty much bored in life Anime is the only fuel to live .. My dream is to find a job related with Anime or manga That's it :P

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