>>105279706>The Japanese animation industry only works because the Otakus
China has a large number of animation conventions where nips and chinks promote their stuff up and down the coast, from the Firefly Expo to ComicUP. These are big bustling events with growing attendance rates that have been synergizing the anime and donghua culture. The lines are so blurred these days they're practically all otaku.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xzCrHFNhb8>What kind of cartoon would an average chinese like?
Like anyone else with money in their pockets they're after quality and affordability. As long as it either looks good, is funny, looks like passion has gone into it or either a blend of the three and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. The middle class has been growing savvy in its tastes and money, hence why Apple is getting blown the fuck out with it's overpriced and underteched gadgets.>chineses goverment opinion regarding animation and cartoons
It's an almost hands off approach. As long as you're not peddling politics or throwing cleavage around on national tv it's all fair game. Which is why everything is on privately owned streaming services, like bilibili or QIY. It's an industry that gets people spending money, and it's growing both from importing Anime to stream and from domestic production. China wants that growth, to stave off any depression fucks their shit up.
Here's their modern take on a Roger Rabbit style show, blending goofy live action wuxia with 3dcg cartoon characters.https://www.bilibili.com/video/av37459201