5 Best Chinese Animes
That's right, best Chinese anime, made in China, Xing Ling, chicken pastel… Here comes the stereotypes and prejudices… Believe me, Chinese anime, or, if you prefer, you can call it pseudo-animes. Yes, the Chinese always try to get hold of the Japanese property, so much so that it has a feud between peoples (today is more balanced). comparison, Japanese products was synonymous with quality, Chinese products was synonymous with poor quality… Today changes a bit, both countries have a well above average quality control, for Chinese anime this is no different.
Cupid's Chocolates (Aishen Qiaokeli Jinxingshi)
Jiang Yi Hao, an ordinary boy, is extremely afraid to get into trouble, suddenly becomes the king of a harem of his school and several beautiful girls confess to him! The worst thing is, Jiang Hao doesn't know any of the girls who have confessed! I wonder what's going on.
Spiritpact (Ling Qi)
You Keika, heir to an ancient family of exorcists, goes bankrupt when their parents die and tries to sustain themselves by working as a street psychic and as a computer technician. One night, in the junkyard, he encounters a mysterious and charismatic exorcist, Tanmoku Ki, who is facing an evil spirit. To make your situation worse, you get hit by a car and turn into a ghost. It is then that Tanmoku Ki offers you a pact, where both will face evil spirits together. So begins the friendship of our heroes!
Fox Spirit Matchmaker (Huyao Xiao Hongniang)
The protagonist Bai Yue-Chu was looking for a bride in order to sabotage the plans of her family, when suddenly, a fox Youkai falls from the ceiling. The story of two people connected by Destiny and the adversities that surround them begins now…
Rakshasa Street (Zhen Hun Jie)
Réquiem Street is a place where humans and spirits can coexist, but not all humans can enter it, only the rare carriers of guardian spirits. Xia Ling lived a common life, until a certain encounter that would change his destiny…
The King's Avatar (Quanzhi Gaoshou)
Based on a Chinese web novel published on the site Qidian that ended with 1728 chapters and that since 2015 is being adapted in a manhua, "Quan Zhi Gao Shou" brings as protagonist Ye Xiu, a 25-year-old man who for a decade spends most of his time in a jog The online called "Glory", and for 7 years he was a member of a team that participates in professional competitions – a team that is now disfiguring it because he does not find him more competent to manage their main account, the character that Ye Xiu himself Created at the beginning of the activities of "Glory". Promising himself that he will return to the professional scene, shortly after his departure he obtains a job in the night period of a Cyber Cafe, and having a custom weapon still incomplete but potentially powerful, besides the company of his boss who also owns Certain experience in the game, Ye Xiu will try to rebuild virtually on the newly released tenth server of "Glory", taking advantage of this knowledge acquired in those ten years.
Amazing that it seems already there are specialists in Chinese anime and if an anime is missing to my side… Here goes: Mo Dao Zu shi, Quanzhi fashi, Reikenzan, Hitori no Shita: The Outcast, Shen Diao Xia Lu, Qin shi Ming Yue: Bai Bu Fei Jian, Big Fish & Begonia, Shuangsheng Lingtan, Mi Yu Xing Zhe.
Best Chinese animes? It's Made In China, but you can trust
Of course, better Chinese anime. I believe it is good for the Chinese to have this initiative, to have their own Chinese anime. This supply much demand, even for Japanese producers who outdo anime production in China (this already happens). It can be said that in China today there is quality and at the same time fast and low cost (not always). Is that the result of a few labor laws and slave labor? Communism-capitalist-savage, all in one… I'm not proud of it, but it's the reality and the Chinese anime are proof of that. See also other special lists like this.
Note: I listed only Chinese anime with high score on myanimelist. Leave your recommendation to complement the list.
MADE IN CHINA