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What is called Chinese anime?

Chinese anime, as the name suggests, refers to animations that have been created in China or are Chinese adaptations of Manhua (Chinese manga), and are often called Donghua.

Is Chinese anime still anime?

Donghua — like anime in Japan — is used in China to refer to all animated content regardless of origin. If we insist on such correctness, donghua is anime-like content because it has its own distinct feeling separate from what can be found in contemporary anime.

Why is anime so popular in China?

According to various Chinese media reports and analyses, there are two main reasons for Japanese anime's popularity in China. One, China and Japan share similar cultural backgrounds, making Japanese anime more relatable to the Chinese audience. Two, Japanese animation is innovative, fresh and of high quality.

What is the difference between Japanese and Chinese anime?

The only difference that you can notice between the two is mostly the contents of the anime series, like in China you can mostly see that their animations are related to their culture. As for Japanese anime, it actually covers more topics than in Chinese anime.

What is donghua and manhua?

Manhua means a Chinese language comic produced in China and Taiwan. Manhwa means a comic or print cartoons in Korea / a Korean language comic produced by korea. Extra — Korean animation is called as Hanguk aeni. Chinese animation is called as Donghua.