• Kyodo


Chinese kids enjoy watching Japanese cartoons the most, followed by U.S. fare, partly because the characters in local animation are too serious, the state media reported Wednesday.

Chinese cartoons fail to attract young viewers because they contain “too little humor and too much dry sermonizing,” Zhang Songlin, secretary general of the China Animation Association, reportedly told the China Daily.

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