Things that are done in an art style similar to Japanese anime. Also called anime-influenced animation, Amerime or Americanime if it's American , Franime for French things , or faux-anime , animesque works come from a variety of sources. Some are simply non-Japanese creators deciding to mimic the style, while others are genuine co-productions. France and Canada are especially known for cooperating with Japanese producers in this way. Oddly enough, in Japanese, "anime" is a broad term for anything animated being shorthand for the loanword "animation" , so technically, all of these examples are "anime" whether or not they are classic Japanese-style anime.
Modern animation in China began in when an animation piece from the United States titled Out of the Inkwell landed in Shanghai. Cartoon clips were first used in advertisements for domestic products. Though the animation industry did not begin until the arrival of the Wan brothers in The first animated film of notable length was Princess Iron Fan in
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