Representation of Chinese Characters in Anime

First, I’ll give some examples.

1. Tao Ren from Shaman King (Chinese)

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VS. Yoh from Shaman King (Japanese)

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2. Shampoo from Ranma 1/2 (Chinese)

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VS. Akane Tendo from Ranma 1/2 (Japanese)

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3. Chinese Team from Beyblade Metal Masters

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VS. Jingka from Beyblade Metal Masters (Japanese)

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As you can see, the Chinese characters in these anime are wearing traditional clothing like qipao and the girls have buns in their hair. These anime take place in the modern day so not everyone is dressed in traditional clothing. Meanwhile, the Japanese protagonists are wearing headphones and are wearing modern clothing.

When I went to China, I did not see anyone wear a qipao. What are everyone’s thoughts about the Chinese characters looking distinct from everyone else, even though the setting does not take place during a traditional era? It seems to me that the Chinese character designs are stereotyped.

 

The King’s Avatar is a Chinese show that portrays a realistic representation of how Chinese characters should look in a modern day setting (in terms of clothing). It features Chinese people in China.

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45 thoughts on “Representation of Chinese Characters in Anime

  1. Well, I have noticed that most other races in Japanese anime tend to follow super stereotypical traits, which happens in a lot of Western media as well. My only logical and (maybe) rational guess as to why Chinese people are portrayed this way may be to differentiate them as being distinctly Chinese rather than people assuming they are Japanese. A lot of people who don’t have knowledge of either Japanese or Chinese language (or even Korean sometimes), cannot tell the differences with between the two cultures via names alone. This is something I’ve noticed in general, at least in the States, where East Asian people are concerned. There have been very little Indian people in anime, but the ones that do exist (Princess Jellyfish comes to mind immediately), the woman is always dressed in a sari (traditional everyday clothing) and makes the best curry. Aside from those stereotypes, she’s actually very intelligent and amazing. That is one thing I do like about foreigners (except for Americans) depicted in anime. Most of the time they aren’t dumbed down. The stereotypes usually apply to clothing or cuisine only, for the most part.

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    • You make a really good point about the characters not being being dumbed down! Tao Ren is my favourite and it’s not because he is Chinese, but because he is strong. Haha solid A+ comment, thanks Neha. ^_^

      I do think that it is problematic but it does make things easier to understand. However, it’s a little too exaggerated for my liking… I think that simply saying that a character is from another country should be sufficient enough without making an exaggerated character design. Yeah, the rationale you provided makes sense but it’s still something I would like to be changed. These anime are kind of old so maybe things will be different, I hope.

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      • Oh it’s definitely problematic and I hope that things change with newer anime as well. Things were definitely a bit different back then in terms of viewing people of cultures that are different than your own (generalising). I think as people become more outwardly spoken about their culture and identities, it provides content creators to understand ways to rid themselves of harmful stereotypes. At least that’s my hope.

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      • I agree. Very early manga are a lot more problematic. An example is Tezuka Osamu’s Lost World. Fortunately I do not see that kind of racism in manga anymore. Anime is now a worldwide thing so I think it will improve because it wouldn’t be a good idea to upset the international audience. However, blackface is STILL in Japanese comedy shows today. I’m not sure if that will go away anytime soon…

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      • Blackface makes me cringe so much every time… I feel that’s the biggest and one of the most outwardly problematic things coming out of Japanese media right now. I’m hoping as cultural acceptance is being practised more and more worldwide (except the US) that blackface will disappear. But I suppose only time can tell.

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  2. That’s interesting how you pointed it out. I think I know what you mean when it comes to Chinese and Japanese traditions. I know in anime like Dragon Ball Z and recently I seen Outlaw Star, characters with Chinese clothing originated from China. In other anime, characters who wear modern clothes is mostly Japanese. I think it either helps distinguish themes between China and Japanese or maybe Chinese keep their traditions and values strong and make them relevant today.

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    • It’s good that you’ve noticed these things. However, how come Japanese characters are not in their traditional clothing then? Are they not keeping their traditions and values strong today? Only the Chinese characters? Just something to think about!! It certainly does help to distinguish the cultures apart, I agree. At the same time I think it’s unnecessary and exaggerated.

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      • That’s a good question to ask. I am not an expert, but it depends on the creator’s perspective in traditions. Since most anime is done in Japan, they probably see the fashion everyday and just use modern clothing rather studying past traditions. In Chinese traditions, they probably stick with stereotypes that is common and easy to see. I don’t know exactly, but you wrote something that I am curious.

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  3. List of Japanese anime adaptations of Japanese mangas with Chinese protagonists :
    – Taigong Wang (Soul Hunter)
    – Taito Shirei (Hero Tales)
    – Xin (Kingdom)
    – Lü Bu (Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan)
    – Liu Bei (Sangokushi)
    – Guan Yu (Koihime Musō)
    – Cao Cao (Beyond Heavens)
    – Lu Xun (Kōtetsu Sangokushi)
    – Tang Sanzang (Saiyuki)
    – Xu Xian (Panda and the Magic Serpent)
    – Hong Xiu-Li (The Story of Saiunkoku)
    – Liu Mao Xing (Cooking Master Boy)
    – Rebecca Lee (Black Lagoon)
    – Pai (3×3 Eyes)
    – Cound D (Petshop of Horrors)
    – Miss China (Spirit of Wonder)
    – Anita King, Maggie Mui et Michelle Cheung (R.O.D. the TV)
    – Xiang-Ying (Angel Heart)
    – Mao Lan (Fighting Beauty Wulong)
    – Li Xiaolang (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle)
    – Watanuki Kimihiro (xxxHolic)
    – Onimaru Miki (Ramen Fighter Miki)
    – Li Shengshun (Darker than Black)
    – Lin Xianming (Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens)
    – Li Meifon (Angel Links)

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  4. 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 and the most badass original Chinese female protagonist from a Japanese anime adaptation from a Japanese manga is Rebecca Lee from Black Lagoon.

    I remade the list by date setting :

    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)

    I recommend you “Kingdom” which is set in Ancient China.
    The Japanese manga “Kingdom” has been for 4 years the third most selling manga in Japan.
    Kingdom is the third best selling manga of of 2019 in Japan.

    Source : https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2019-11-27/top-selling-manga-in-japan-by-series-2019/.153758

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  5. Koreans manhwa and Korean animes only features Koreans as protagonists.
    Chinese manhua and Chinese animes only features Chinese as protagonists.
    Japanese mangas and Japanese animes features mostly Japanese people as protagonists.
    After the Japanese, the Chinese protagonists are the second most common foreign protagonists in Japanese animes and Japanese mangas.

    Here is a list of Chinese animes of the Chinese company Tencent :

    Tencent Animation & Comics :
    https://myanimelist.net/anime/producer/1349/Tencent_Animation___Comics

    There are Japanese and Chinese co-production animes that I don’t include on the list such as the anime television series “Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan”, “Bloodivores”, “Chōyū Sekai” or the anime movie “Flavors of Youth” or Japanese animes that are adaptations of Chinese manhua such as or Korean manhwa or Korean webtoon (Korean online manhwa) such as the “Tower of God”.

    Chinese mangas and Chinese animes from Mainland China are under heavy censorship pressure from the Chinese communisty party which is at power there
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    The only Chinese anime from mainland China that is in the ecchi category is “Cupid’s Chocolate”.

    It is only in the second half of the 2010s that Chinese animes have got foreign attention with multiple Chinese animes that have been dubbed in Japanese and showed on Japanese television channels such as the Chinese animes television series “Spiritpact” and “School Shock”,

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

    The anime “Scissor Seven” is a Chinese anime original production and the first Chinese anime on Netflix.

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  6. Some animes are hard to distinguish between a purely Japanese anime production or a purely Chinese anime production or a Chinese and Japanese co-production.

    What could be interesting nowadays is to do a ranking of Chinese protagonists in Japanese animes, Chinese animes, Chinese and Japanese animes co-production based on Chinese manhua.

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  7. There is also the Chinese Japanese anime co-production Hitori no Shita: The Outcast which is an adaptation of the Chinese manhua “Under One Person” that has been dubbed in Japanese and Chinese that got some popularity.

    The Chinese anime “Fox Spirit Matchmaker” which is based on the Chinese manhua of the same name has also been dubbed in Japanese and also got some popularity.

    There are so many Chinese protagonists in Japanese animes compared to other foreign protagonists that it is possible that you can make a top 20 of Chinese protagonists in Japanese animes.

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  8. There is the Chinese anime movie “Crystal Sky of Yesterday” which is set in Mainland China during 1990s.

    This portrays a realistic representation of how Mainland Chinese characters should look during the 1990s (in terms of clothing).

    The Chinese Youtuber “Accented Cinema” talked about that movie in his following Youtube video :

    “Chinese Animation: In Search of a Style | Video Essay” :

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  9. The Japanese anime “Cooking Master Boy” is about Chinese food :

    The Chinese anime “Meng Qi Shi Shen” is about Chinese food :

    Chinese Animation at its very best – Big Fish and Begonia (2016) | Video Essay

    Chinese Animation is Transcending Japanese Anime :

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  10. The opening of the Chinese anime Meng Qi Shen about Chinese food that will make you hungry :

    Anime Opening – Adorable Food Goddess (萌妻食神)/Meng Qi Shen 1080p HD :

    The full music video of the Chinese anime Meng Qi Shen that will make you hungry : “The Tastes Of Travelling (味觉的旅行 ) by Xiao Yuan (小缘 )” :

    《萌妻食神》动画主题曲《味觉的旅行》 萌妻食神OP MV :

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  11. China Made Their Own Shokugeki And Its AMAZING : Meng Qi Shen :

    This is the best manga with a Chinese protagonist :

    Kingdom Season 3 | Now on AnimeLab! :

    Kingdom Season 2 Opening :

    Kingdom Season 3 Opening :

    Darker than Black Opening 1 :

    Darker than black Opening 2 :

    Order to watch the Japanese anime Darker than Black based on the Japanese manga of the same name with the most badass Chinese male protagonist :

    Darker than Black : Saison 1 : “Darker than Black: The Black Contractor” : Episode 1 à 14
    Darker than Black : 1 OVA : “Beneath the Fully Bloomed Cherry Blossoms”
    Darker than Black : Saison 1 : “Darker than Black: The Black Contractor” : Episode 15 à 25
    Darker than Black : Manga : “Darker than Black: Jet Black Flower”
    Darker than Black : 4 OVAs : “Darker than Black: Origins”
    Darker than Black : Saison 2 : “Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor”

    Black Lagoon Opening 2 :

    Order to watch the Japanese anime Black Lagoon based on the Japanese manga of the same name with the most badass Chinese female protagonist :
    Black Lagoon : Season 1
    Black Lagoon : Season 2 : “Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage”
    Black Lagoon : 5 OVAs : “Black Lagoon: Roberta’s Blood Trail”

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  12. There is the Chinese-Japanese co-production anime movie “Flavours of Youth” that came out in 2018 which is set in Mainland China nowadays.

    This portrays a realistic representation of how Mainland Chinese characters should look nowadays (in terms of clothing).

    Flavors of Youth | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix :

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  13. The movie “Flavours of Youth” follows the lives of Chinese people and is made by the Chinese animation studio “Haoliners Animation League” (To Be Hero, Spiritpact, Fox Spirit Matchmaker, Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan, Hitori no Shita: The Outcast, Evil or Live, School Shock) and the Japanese animation studio CoMix Wave Films which is know for having made the Japanese anime movie “Your Name”.

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  14. New 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 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 : Tencent Animation & Comics : Tencent Animation & Comics – Anime Producer – MyAnimeList.net

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  15. New updated list with the addition of Lisa Pacifist from the Japanese anime TV sereis “Final Fantasy: Unlimited” (2001-2002) and Ling Xiaoyu from the Japanese 3d anime movie “Tekken: Blood Vengeance” (2011).

    I might do in the future a video ranking all those Chinese protagonists in anime but I don’t know how to make it and also how to not make Youtube strike my video down for copyrights issues. If you know somebody would could help me for that, I would thank your very much.

    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
    – 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

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  16. Okay, I thank you for having answered me. 🙂

    New updated list. I corrected a mistake by putting “Flavours of Youth” on the category based on Chinese manhua while it is an original story.
    This should be my final update. My Chinese is not very good as I am was raised in the West. If you know somebody who is good at Chinese to translate me this for free and to upload on Chinese websites, it would be cool.

    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

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  17. Updated list with two animes for perverts featuring the Chinese buddhist monk Tang Sanzang in “The Karma Sayuki” (2007) and “Secret Journey” (2016).

    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

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  18. Order to watch Darker than Black :

    Darker than Black : Season 1 : “The Black Contractor” (2007) : Episode 1 to 14

    https://9anime.to/watch/darker-than-black.v0l/p3jzw9

    2) Darker than Black : 2 shojo manga volumes (2007) (not obligatory)

    https://mangaowl.net/single/52304/darker-than-black

    3) Darker than Black : “Beneath the Fully Bloomed Cherry Blossoms” (2008) : 1 OVA :

    https://9anime.to/watch/darker-than-black-kuro-no-keiyakusha-special.87nq/2r55v2

    4) Darker than Black : Season 1 : “The Black Contractor” (2007) : Episode 15 to 25 :

    https://9anime.to/watch/darker-than-black.v0l/p3jzw9

    5) Darker than Black : “Jet Black Flower” (2009-2011) : 4 seinen manga volumes (not obligatory) :

    https://mangaowl.net/single/1202/darker-than-black-shikkoku-no-hana

    6) Darker than Black : “Origins” (2010) : 4 OVAs : Don’t forget to watch after the ending :

    https://9anime.to/watch/darker-than-black-kuro-no-keiyakusha-gaiden.xz3/6l90l09

    7) Darker than Black : Season 2 : “Gemini of the Meteor” (2009) : 12 episodes : Don’t forget to watch after the ending :

    https://9anime.to/watch/darker-than-black-gemini-of-the-meteor.wz7/4ym5mx

    8) The Japanese PlayStation Portable role-playing video game “Heroes Phantasia” (2012) (not obligatory) :

    https://romsmania.cc/roms/playstation-portable/heroes-phantasia-274367

    You can find a lot of manga scans on this website such as Darker than Black, Petshop of horrors or 3×3 Eyes for example :
    https://mangaowl.net

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  19. Updated list : I added the Japanese anime “Night raid 1931” which take places during the 1930s and 1940s in World War II China.

    For the episode order of that anime, just look on their wikipedia page : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_Raid_1931

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

    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

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  20. Updated list with the Japanese anime “Canaan” added that is set in 2000s Shanghai with an Arab female protagonist.

    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

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  21. You can delete my older comments so it doesn’t take too much place.

    Here is an updated list with the Japanese anime “Black Blood Brothers” added which is set in 2000s Hong Kong with a Japanese male protagonist.

    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

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  22. The Chinese communist anime web series propaganda “The Leader” is based on the life of the German communist Karl Marx.
    I think that this is the only Chinese anime where the protagonist is not Chinese.

    领风者 The Leader Trailer (Chinese Karl Marx donghua) English Sub from Bilibil.com :

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  23. Update : Added : “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 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

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  24. 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)

    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

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

    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 conquests of 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

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  26. Updated list : Added “Demon Spirit Seed Manual (Chinese ecchi anime)”

    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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  27. “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) Trailer in Chinese Mandarin :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) Preview 2 in Chinese Mandarin with English subs :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) Opening : “The tastes of travelling” (味觉的旅行) by Xiǎo yuán (小缘) in Chinese Mandarin :

    “The tastes of travelling” (味觉的旅行) by Xiǎo yuán (小缘) in Chinese Mandarin Full Music Video with anime food scenes :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) in Chinese Mandarin with English subs : 12 episodes :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” Real life food : “Dish come true” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin with English subtitles :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Season 1 (1997-1998) in Japanese with English subs : 52 episodes :
    https://9anime.to/watch/chuuka-ichiban.np7j/3w9wky

    “Cooking Master Boy / Shin Chūka Ichiban! (真・中華一番!, True ver. – The best in Chinese (food)!) ” : Season 2 (2019) Teaser in Japanese :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Shin Chūka Ichiban! (真・中華一番!, True ver. – The best in Chinese (food)!) ” : Season 2 (2019) Preview in Japanese :

    Cooking Master Boy : Season 2 Opening : “Koufukuron” (光福論) by Qaijff in Japanese :

    “Koufukuron” (光福論) by Qaijff in Japanese Full Music Video with real life food scenes :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Shin Chūka Ichiban! (真・中華一番!, True ver. – The best in Chinese (food)!) ” : Season 2 (2019) in Japanese with English subs : 12 episodes :
    https://9anime.to/watch/shin-chuuka-ichiban.1m6x/86z8v3

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Real life food : “Dish come true” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin with English subtitles :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Real life food : “Rico” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Real life food : “HowFun” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin :

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  28. Could you react to the food scenes of the Chinese anime “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Meng Qi Shishen (萌妻食神)” and the Japanese anime “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” please ?

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) Trailer in Chinese Mandarin :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) Preview 2 in Chinese Mandarin with English subs :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) Opening : “The tastes of travelling” (味觉的旅行) by Xiǎo yuán (小缘) in Chinese Mandarin :

    “The tastes of travelling” (味觉的旅行) by Xiǎo yuán (小缘) in Chinese Mandarin Full Music Video with anime food scenes :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” : Season 1 (2018-2019) in Chinese Mandarin with English subs : 12 episodes :

    “Cinderella chef / Adorable Food Goddess / Méng qī shíshén (萌妻食神)” Real life food : “Dish come true” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin with English subtitles :

    Cinderella Chef (萌妻食神) season 1 and season 2 (2018) live-action Chinese television series in Chinese Mandarin with English subtitles :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Season 1 (1997-1998) in Japanese with English subs : 52 episodes :
    https://9anime.to/watch/chuuka-ichiban.np7j/3w9wky

    “Cooking Master Boy / Shin Chūka Ichiban! (真・中華一番!, True ver. – The best in Chinese (food)!) ” : Season 2 (2019) Teaser in Japanese :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Shin Chūka Ichiban! (真・中華一番!, True ver. – The best in Chinese (food)!) ” : Season 2 (2019) Preview in Japanese :

    Cooking Master Boy : Season 2 Opening : “Koufukuron” (光福論) by Qaijff in Japanese :

    “Koufukuron” (光福論) by Qaijff in Japanese Full Music Video with real life food scenes :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Shin Chūka Ichiban! (真・中華一番!, True ver. – The best in Chinese (food)!) ” : Season 2 (2019) in Japanese with English subs : 12 episodes :
    https://9anime.to/watch/shin-chuuka-ichiban.1m6x/86z8v3

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Real life food : “Dish come true” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin with English subtitles :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Real life food : “Rico” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Real life food : “HowFun” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin :

    “Cooking Master Boy / Chūka Ichiban! (中華一番!, The best in Chinese (food)!)” : Real life food : “菜喳” channel playlist in Chinese Mandarin :

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  29. Here is an episode featuring a realistic representation of Chinese people in the Japanese anime adapted from Japanese manga which features a Japanese female protagonist :

    KURA HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS CYCLING CLUB: WE’RE IN TAIWAN!! (2017) :
    https://9anime.to/watch/kura-high-school-girls-cycling-club-were-in-taiwan.v4n6/m0xjp7

    The following Japanese anime takes place in Taiwan with a Japanese female protagonist :

    Nobunagun (2014) :
    https://9anime.to/watch/nobunagun.93q8/prk8kqj

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