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Q: Do you know the most popular children's cartoon in China?


Is there any other cartoon that is more popular than the Xiyangyang cartoon in China?
http://www.xiyangyangcartoon.com/

9 years 14 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Other cities

 
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Long time ago,when i was still a child,the most popular cartoon was Smart Ikkyu san or Calabash Brothers. smiley

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Well the Pleasents Lambs and Bad Wolf cartoon is the most announced here right now.  And probally leads the ratings for small children shows here (however much you trust ratings here).  Most other cartoons I've seen are either Japanese cartoons translated or Monkey King cartoons.

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I love that cartoon.  even though I can't understand Chinese, I still like to watch the little sheep, the bad wolf and his bossy queen wife....  always makes me laugh!

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My kids would rather watch Xiyangyang that englis cartoons when we are in Australia  with the exception of that bloody Ice age DVD
    thank god for satilite TV

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