Top 5 Chinese Anime Characters

As I’m a Chinese myself as most of you would have already known, I’m always happy to see Chinese characters emerge into the world of anime. There are quite a number of Chinese characters, some make us Chinese proud, while some make us embarrassed. Here is my top 5 list of my favorite Chinese anime characters.

5. Lingyin Huang – Infinite Stratos

Lingyin Huang aka Ichika’s Childhood Friend #2. She is the Chinese Representative of the IS Academy and pilots the personal IS unit, Shen Long. She’s a loli, have twin-tails and fang, and cooks well too.. what’s not to like? I will bring her home anytime if dat harem boy, Ichika doesn’t pick her in the end :D


4. Kagura – Gintama

One of the member of Yorozuya and although she misleadingly looks like a harmless little girl, she is an Amanto, and is part of the Yato clan. Because of that, she is obviously strong, and her strength matches to that of 10 men, easily making holes on the walls with her punches and pulling 4 to 5 adults who are about to fall off the ledge. She also has a big appetite, and is particularly fond of sukonbu. Anyhow, Kagura’s a fun girl, effectively contributing to Gintama’s overall enjoyment. Of cause, whatever character Rie Kugimiya has a part in voice acting is always awesome isn’t it?


3. Lenalee Lee – D.Gray Man

A Chinese exorcist working under the European Branch, Lenalee suffers from a trauma in the past which makes her value friends and family much more then your average joe. In fact, she thinks of them as her “world” and when someone dies, part of her “world” gets destroyed, effectively crumbling her down slowly. The most admirable thing about her though is how she kept fighting, despite her fragility, to the point of defeating a Level 3 Akuma single-handedly and even fought a Level 4 Akuma briefly on equal ground.


2. Ling Yao – Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Second in line we have Ling Yao, who only make his debut in Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood. I would say his appearance in the anime made a lot of difference compared to the original Full Metal Alchemist TV run back in 2003. Ling Yao is a Xingese (Full Metal Alchemist’s version of Chinese). He is a decisive character who strives to achieve kingship, almost on obsessive levels. He even allows his body to be taken over by Greed, since it would help him and his country’s declining welfare. He was however, able to retain his body and soul intact, due to the similarity between his and Greed’s necessities. This enables both him and Greed to synchronize, and at some point, either of them would resurface.


1. Hei – Darker Than Black

Our top number 1 spot, we have Hei from Darker Then Black (“Hei” means “black” in Chinese). Hei is one of the stronger contractors in Darker Than Black. He wears his signature mask and coat almost always and just the presence of his mask alone, is enough to instill fears to anyone who dares to stand in his way, be it your everyday thug, police officers, or even other contractors. The electricity-using contractor is a mysterious enigma as well, and throughout his days, he acts and live the lives of “two faces”, during the day, he is “Li Shengshun”, a cheerful and polite student with a big appetite, during the night, he is the infamous BK-201 contractor, or “Black Reaper”, a title coined by other contractors, probably due to his coat and his murderous presence. All this badassery of his, make him one of the best Chinese character around, and he certainly do us Chinese proud.

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36 thoughts on “Top 5 Chinese Anime Characters

  1. When I saw the title for this I instantly thought of Linalee and Kagura. Rie Kugimiya’s portrayal of Kagura is most definitely my favourite of hers – Gintama wouldn’t be what it was without her. Hei just goes without saying.

    Though, I’m now finding myself wondering why I haven’t watched Infinite Stratos yet…

    • Glad to see another fan of Lenalee and Kagura :D Rie Kugimiya did a lot of awesome roles so I’m not sure if I can say her Kagura portrayal is my fav, but it is definitely one of the better ones. Yes.. she’s so much more important to the anime then a certain “4-eyed ordinary.. glasses” *waits for a retort by Shinpachi*

      The anime’s not the best but I actually like it. It’s a harem show though and some people might find it a bit boring and generic.

  2. For me, the moment I saw the title I was just waiting to see Hei make the list and first place is most definitely the best spot! I love him so much!

    It’s a really good list, I love the top four. I don’t care much for Infinite Stratos, but even as those characters go Lingyin Huang was one of the better ones.

  3. Ichika is going for the harem end. Accept defeat :D
    Very nice list, especially liked #3 and #4 as well as the first choice.

  4. I definitely agree with your first two, don’t really know the following 2, and really can’t stand pretty much all the girls of Infinite Stratos. I would have included Syaoran of Tsubasa Chronicle, Revy of Black Lagoon, and Lin of Ghost Hunt. I’m not Chinese, but Filipino American–and I can’t think of any Filipino characters in anime >.<
    Thanks for sharing, Kai!

    • Awww that’s sad D: But you’re great for noticing the awesomeness of #2 :D Dat bad? ;p I think the girls are fine, I like Lingyin Huang and Charlotte Dunois the best in IS. Hmmm interesting, I’m thinking of including Syaoran too but not from the Cardcaptor Sakura perspective.. but finally decided not to D: Revy.. I thought about adding her too.. but I think she gives more of an American vibe then Chinese (even her name doesn’t sound Asian). She is a great character though no doubt.. and Lin.. hmm.. interesting character.. but never really leaves much of an impact to me… D:

      There will probably be some soon enough :D And np~

  5. I like seeing Chinese characters in anime too, especially if they’re shown in a good light. I’m not familiar with any of these characters though. If I were to make my own list, off the top of my head I would include Shaoran (or Xiao Lang) and Mei Ling from Card Captor Sakura.

  6. Yes Hei without a doubt the best chinese character ever. Ling being number two is also nice. I was a bit disappointed that there was no Ranma 1/2 characters in the top 5 :P

    • I thought of adding Ranma too but other then Shampoo or Mousse (if I’m not mistaken), most of the other characters aren’t really Chinese, it’s just that Ranma went to China for training.. and…. stuffs happen.

  7. Unfortunately I don’t know any of these people soooo….my bad. No wait, I do know Lenalee and remember liking her…too bad I never bothered finishing D-Gray Man. I still amazes me she had to cut her hair due to a Meteor Kick.

  8. Lau and Ran-Mao from Black Butler, Karen Low from Jormungand, Shana from a Shakugan no Shana, and Minerva Orland from Fairy Tail are cool Chinese characters from anime.

  9. Female Japanese protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    19th century A.D. England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  10. Kamui is not Chinese. Kamui is an alien.

    I find that the most badass original Chinese male protagonist from a Japanese anime adaptation from a Japanese manga is Li Shengshun from Darker than Black

    I find that the most badass original Chinese female protagonist from a Japanese anime adaptation from a Japanese manga is Rebecca Lee from Black Lagoon.

  11. Updated list :

    Female Japanese protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    19th century A.D. England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  12. Updated list :

    Female Japanese protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (The Karma Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (Secret Journey)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    19th century A.D. England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  13. Updated list :

    Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    Japanese anime with Japanese protagonists in 1930s-1940s World War II China :
    – Night raid 1931

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (The Karma Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (Secret Journey)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    1950s England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  14. Updated list with the Japanese anime “Canaan” added.

    Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    Japanese anime with Japanese protagonists in 1930s-1940s World War II China :
    – Night raid 1931

    Japanese anime with an Arab female protagonist in 2000s Shanghai :
    – Canaan (Canaan)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (The Karma Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (Secret Journey)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    1950s England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  15. Just delete my older comments so it doesn’t take too much place.

    Here is an updated list with “Black Blood Brothers” added.

    Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    Japanese anime with Japanese protagonists in 1930s-1940s World War II China :
    – Night raid 1931

    Japanese anime with Japanese male protagonist in 2000s Hong Kong :
    – Mochizuki Jirou (Black Blood Brothers)

    Japanese anime with an Arab female protagonist in 2000s Shanghai :
    – Canaan (Canaan)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (The Karma Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (Secret Journey)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    1950s England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  16. Updated list :

    Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    Japanese anime with Japanese protagonists in 1930s-1940s World War II China :
    – Night raid 1931

    Japanese anime in 2000s Japan with a Japanese female protagonist in who is the reincarnation of the Chinese warlord Sun Ce :
    – Sonsaku Hakufu (Ikki Tousen)

    Japanese anime with Japanese male protagonist in 2000s Hong Kong :
    – Mochizuki Jirou (Black Blood Brothers)

    Japanese anime with an Arab female protagonist in 2000s Shanghai :
    – Canaan (Canaan)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (The Karma Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (Secret Journey)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    1950s England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  17. Updated list :

    Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Ancient Japan based on the Records of the War of the Three Kingdoms of China :
    – Himejima Himiko (Legend of Himiko)

    Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    Japanese anime with Japanese protagonists in 1930s-1940s World War II China :
    – Night raid 1931

    Japanese anime in 2000s Japan with a Japanese female protagonist who is the reincarnation of the Chinese warlord Sun Ce :
    – Sonsaku Hakufu (Ikki Tousen)

    Japanese anime with Japanese male protagonist in 2000s Hong Kong :
    – Mochizuki Jirou (Black Blood Brothers)

    Japanese anime with an Arab female protagonist in 2000s Shanghai :
    – Canaan (Canaan)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (The Karma Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (Secret Journey)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    1950s England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Hong Kongese co-production anime set 13th century A.D. Imperial China during the invasion of China by the Mongol Empire based on the Chinese wuxia novel “The Return of the Condor Heroes”.
    – Yang Guo (The Legend of Condor Hero)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (the only Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

  18. Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Ancient Japan based on the Records of the War of the Three Kingdoms of China :
    – Himejima Himiko (Legend of Himiko)

    Japanese anime with a Japanese female protagonist who is transported to a fantasy Imperial China :
    – Yuuki Miaka (Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play)
    – Nakajima Youko (The Twelve Kingdoms)

    Japanese anime with Japanese protagonists in 1930s-1940s World War II China :
    – Night raid 1931

    Japanese anime in 2000s Japan with a Japanese female protagonist who is the reincarnation of the Chinese warlord Sun Ce :
    – Sonsaku Hakufu (Ikki Tousen)

    Japanese anime with Japanese male protagonist in 2000s Hong Kong :
    – Mochizuki Jirou (Black Blood Brothers)

    Japanese anime with an Arab female protagonist in 2000s Shanghai :
    – Canaan (Canaan)

    List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with a Chinese protagonist :

    -1046 B.C. fantasy Ancient China based on the Chinese mythology novel “The Investiture of the Gods” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)

    -3rd century B.C. Ancient China with a Chinese protagonist based on History :
    – Li Xin (Kingdom)

    2st century A.D. – 3th century A.D. Imperial China based on the Chinese novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Liu Bei (Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musou)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Koutetsu Sangokushi)

    8th century A.D. – 9th century A.D. Fantasy Imperial China based on the Chinese mythology novel “Journey to the West” with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (The Karma Saiyuki)
    – Tang Sanzang (Secret Journey)

    8th-9th century A.D. Imperial China based on Chinese mythology in a fantasy Imperial China with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)

    Imperial China based on Chinese folklore :
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)

    19th century A.D. China during the Manchu Qing dynasty with a Chinese male protagonist in a fictional story :
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)

    1950s England with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)

    1980s Japan, Hong Kong and Mainland China with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)

    1990s USA setting with a Chinese American male protagonist :
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)

    1990s around the world with a Chinese American female protagonist :
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Lisa Pacifist (Final Fantasy: Unlimited)

    2000s Hong Kong with 3 Chinese female protagonists :
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui and Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Xiang Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)

    2000s Japan with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese male protagonist :
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)

    2010s Japan setting with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Ling Xiaoyu (Tekken: Blood Vengeance)

    Futuristic setting in space with a Chinese female protagonist :
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

    Japanese animes adaptation of Chinese manhuas :
    – The Silver Guardian
    – Ani ni Tsukeru Kusuri wa Nai!
    – Evil or Live
    – Ultramarine Magmell (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Chinese co-productions adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan (anime set in an fantasy Ancient China)
    – To Be Hero
    – Bloodivores
    – Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
    – Choyu Sekai

    Original Japanese and Chinese movie co-production :
    – Flavors of Youth (Netflix original)

    Japanese and Hong Kongese co-production anime set 13th century A.D. Imperial China during the invasion of China by the Mongol Empire based on the Chinese wuxia novel “The Return of the Condor Heroes”.
    – Yang Guo (The Legend of Condor Hero)

    Chinese animes dubbed in Japanese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Fox Spirit Matchmaker (anime set in a fantasy Ancient China based on Chinese mythology)
    – School Shock
    – Spiritpact

    Chinese animes only dubbed in Chinese adaptations of Chinese manhuas :
    – Adorable Food Goddess (first Chinese anime about Chinese food set in Ancient China)
    – Cupid’s Chocolate (Chinese ecchi anime)
    – The King’s Avatar (the most popular Chinese anime)
    – Scissor Seven (first Chinese anime on Netflix)
    – Demon Spirit Seed Manual (Chinese ecchi anime)

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

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