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1. Time to follow through on India and Japan’s promises

It is no secret that India-Japan relations have been on a strong positive trajectory over the past 18 months. Soon after taking office in 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made Japan his first foreign destination outside of India’s immediate neighborhood and while in Tokyo, he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe upgraded the India-Japan relationship

The post Time to follow through on India and Japan’s promises appeared first on OUPblog.

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2. Katzenberg Has A Plan To Make Chinese People See ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ Again…And Again…And Again

Two slightly different versions of the film will be released in China.

The post Katzenberg Has A Plan To Make Chinese People See ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ Again…And Again…And Again appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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3. Chinese Blockbuster ‘Monster Hunt’ Coming To U.S. Theaters

If you've ever wanted to see a human man give birth to a cartoon monster, this film might be for you.

The post Chinese Blockbuster ‘Monster Hunt’ Coming To U.S. Theaters appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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4. Paramount Scores With ‘Anomalisa’ Debut In Los Angeles and New York

Audiences in LA and NY have voted with their wallets: they are ready for mature and intelligent feature animation.

The post Paramount Scores With ‘Anomalisa’ Debut In Los Angeles and New York appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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5. Watch: New Action-Packed Trailer For ‘Little Door Gods’ Which Opened Wide in China Today

The film is about two guardian spirits trying to prove their relevance in modern China.

The post Watch: New Action-Packed Trailer For ‘Little Door Gods’ Which Opened Wide in China Today appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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6. DECEMBER DISCOUNT DAYS...DAY 12!

today's FEATURED PRINT....all Saturday long!

{happy weekend, friends! :)}

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7. Rob Minkoff Delves Further Into China With Animated ‘Wolf Totem’ Adaptation

Minkoff's Flying Tigers Entertainment has sealed a two-picture deal with China's Le Vision Pictures, including an animated adaptation of 'Wolf Totem.'

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8. ‘Horse’ by Shen Jie

Five chapters about horse are cut up.

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9. ‘Blazing Samurai’: Cast, Release Date, New Details Announced

An homage to "Blazing Saddles," "Blazing Samurai" is a global animated affair.

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10. History of Eurasia [interactive map]

Set on a huge continental stage, from Europe to China, By Steppe, Desert, and Ocean covers over 10,000 years, charting the development of European, Near Eastern, and Chinese civilizations and the growing links between them by way of the Indian Ocean, the silk Roads, and the great steppe corridor (which crucially allowed horse riders to travel from Mongolia to the Great Hungarian Plain within a year).

The post History of Eurasia [interactive map] appeared first on OUPblog.

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11. all you need is love....

doesn't matter what shape, size and/or color.

this piece was a commission from a friend of mine whose daughter i taught a few years back. a bot more about their story here.

it's always a cherished moment when someone calls upon me for a custom painting. it's an even bigger treasure when it's a friend. this piece was truly a pleasure to create. 

i am offering a LIMITED amount of prints which can be found here.

onto another commission...:)

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12. bad blogger lately....



but for a good reason. :)

have been super busy working on a special commission for the family of a little girl i once taught almost ten moons ago. (yikes, feeling old!)

the mom came to me asking for a custom painting based on the gorgeously illustrated book entitled, "motherbridge of love". in a nut shell, it's a sweet book about adoption...east meets west (u.s.a. and china).  well, i couldn't have been happier to put my spin on parts of that beautiful book.

just about wrapping up this painting this week and i'm so looking forward to presenting it to them. such a lovely mother and adorable daughter, they are....:)




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13. it was a busy september....


working on some woodland animals...


and a couple commissions. haven't been great at blogging this week...:(

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14. Watch the First Trailer for China’s ‘Little Door Gods’

The film will be released theatrically in mainland China on January 1, 2016, preceded by a 36-city roadshow tour beginning on October 3.

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15. 哇!: ReedPOP Announces Beijing Comic Convention for July 2016!

While most of the ReedPOP staff were in Brooklyn promoting the official beer of New York Comic Con, Lance Fensterman was in China, announcing the creation of the Beijing Comic Convention, to be held June 9-10, 2016! Beijing joins the Shanghai Comic Convention as the second ReedPOP show in China, and their eighth in Asia. […]

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16. so....


i don't usually post full sketches until after my paintings are done, especially commissions....but because this was a request from the wonderful woman/mother who commissioned me in the first place, well i couldn't say no. :)

7/8 years ago i taught a really sweet little girl who was adopted into the arms of a really great lady. she reached out to me wanting a painting based on the illustrations in the beautiful book entitled, Motherbridge of Love...a custom painting (in my style) to represent the merging of cultures, ethnicities and, of course, the unconditional love that will forever envelop that very special little girl (who is not quite so little anymore-6th grade already?!) for a lifetime to come.

it's always a pleasure to take on any commission as i am always humbled and appreciative for the opportunity to have someone trust in my creative visions. to me, there is no greater compliment.

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17. ‘Snow Queen’ Becomes The First Russian Animated Feature Released in China

Chinese distributor Flame Node is also expected to co-produce Wizart's "Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice."

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18. Philosopher of the month: Lao Tzu

Lao (Laozi) Tzu is credited as the founder of Taoism, a Chinese philosophy and religion. An elusive figure, he was allegedly a learned yet reclusive official at the Zhōu court (1045–256 BC) – a lesser aristocrat of literary competence who worked as a copyist and archivist. Scholars have variously dated his life to between the third and sixth centuries BC, but he is best known as the author of the classic Tao Te Ching (‘The Book of the Way and its Power’).

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19. 5 Things You Need To Know About The Chinese/American Feature ‘Rock Dog’

Director Ash Brannon, animation studio Reel FX, and actors Luke Wilson and Eddie Izzard are all involved in this Chinese animated feature.

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20. ‘Kwai Boo’ and ‘Mr. Black’ Add Fuel to China’s On-Fire Animated Feature Market

'Mr. Black' and 'Kwang Boo' are another reminder China is increasingly self-reliant when it comes to creating and consuming cartoon features.

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21. China’s Original Force Announces New LA Studio and Feature ‘Duck Duck Goose’

Former DreamWorks and Sony execs Sandra Rabins and Penney Finkelman Cox are leading Original Force's push into feature animation.

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22. The new social contracts

Fire and collapse in Bangladeshi factories are no longer unexpected news, and sweatshop scandals are too familiar. Conflicting moral, legal, and political claims abound. But there have been positives, and promises of more. The best hope for progress may be in the power of individual contracts.

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23. Raman Hui Wasn’t Prepared for the Monster Success of ‘Monster Hunt’

"Monster Hunt" is now the most financially successful Chinese film ever made.

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24. How well do you know Lao Tzu? [quiz]

This August we are featuring Lao Tzu, the legendary Chinese thinker and founder of Taoism, as Philosopher of the Month. He is best known as the author of the classic ‘Tao Te Ching’ (‘The Book of the Way and its Power’). Take our quiz to see how much you know about the life and studies of Lao Tzu!

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25. ‘Little Door Gods’ To Be Released in China by Alibaba Pictures

The debut feature from Light Chaser Animation now has the backing of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.

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