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Tibetan animated drama “Hello, Zooma” taps into int’l market
By:Xinhua
update:May 06,2019
LHASA, May 6, 2019 -- Tibet's first animated drama to go global, "Hello, Zooma," has attracted customers from countries including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy and Germany.

Co-produced by Tibet Yajiang Network Technology Co., Ltd. and Henan York Animation Film and Television Co., Ltd., the animation is the first Tibetan animated drama to enter the international market, which was showcased in April at the MIPTV television show in Cannes, France.

The animation tells the story of Zooma, a pure, kind and optimistic Tibetan girl, living in harmony with animals in nature.

The producers have started to make the first 104 episodes according to the needs of the global market, which can meet the demand of two years of broadcasting and will also be dubbed in English, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish and other languages.

"In September, the animation will return to Cannes for the MIPCOM World Television and Children's Show. Its promotion is of great significance for more Tibetan cultural products to go global," said Li Suping, head of the Animation Association of Tibet Autonomous Region.

Tibet’s first animated drama to go global, “Hello, Zooma,” has attracted customers from countries including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy and Germany.

LHASA, May 6, 2019 -- Tibet's first animated drama to go global, "Hello, Zooma," has attracted customers from countries including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy and Germany.

Co-produced by Tibet Yajiang Network Technology Co., Ltd. and Henan York Animation Film and Television Co., Ltd., the animation is the first Tibetan animated drama to enter the international market, which was showcased in April at the MIPTV television show in Cannes, France.

The animation tells the story of Zooma, a pure, kind and optimistic Tibetan girl, living in harmony with animals in nature.

The producers have started to make the first 104 episodes according to the needs of the global market, which can meet the demand of two years of broadcasting and will also be dubbed in English, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish and other languages.

"In September, the animation will return to Cannes for the MIPCOM World Television and Children's Show. Its promotion is of great significance for more Tibetan cultural products to go global," said Li Suping, head of the Animation Association of Tibet Autonomous Region.



 

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