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      Chinese animation (donghua)

      The Chinese animation keeps improving. Some shows are very similar to anime in it's art style. There are some good titles around.

      Do you watch it?

      Here is a huge list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...nimated_series
      And here is another: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/t...nese-animation

      I admit I haven't seen almost anything from these lists, besides some titles e.g. Bloodivores, Hitori no Shita: The Outcast
      The Outcast was quite enjoyable.

      Do you have any recommendations?
       

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      Re: Chinese animation (donghua)

      Didn't you say the Outcast was ok but not great?

      I dropped it because I agreed with that.

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      Re: Chinese animation (donghua)

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      Yeah, it was ok, but not great. That's exactly what I think. The word "quite" is a weird word in English. Maybe I used it in a wrong way. What I wanted to say is that I enjoyed it but I wasn't amazed by it. "fairy enjoyable" might be better.
       

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      Re: Chinese animation (donghua)

      Hmmm. In american english at least, I feel like 'quite' always means 'very' or 'completely'.

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      Re: Chinese animation (donghua)

      Yeah. It seems it's a difference between the British and the American English.

      It seems it can cause misunderstandings: https://languagesandmore.com/blog/qu...vs-us-english/
       

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      Re: Chinese animation (donghua)

      Interesting. I never knew.

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      And neither did I.
       

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