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Annual summary conference of Chinese animation opens in Kunming

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The animation industry has had a boom in China in recent years. An annual conference was opened in Kunming of Southwest China's Yunnan Province on Tuesday to review the progress in 2010 and plan for the future.

The animation industry has had a boom in China in recent years. An annual conference was opened in Kunming of Southwest China's Yunnan Province on Tuesday to review the progress in 2010 and plan for the future.

Outstanding original Chinese animations and cartoonists of 2009 will be rewarded, and a series of meetings will bring out more collaborations. China Animation Association will issue prizes to eco-friendly, innovative and humorous cartoons, as well as those who topped the audience rating and cinema box office in 2009.

The front runners of the industry will participate in thematic forums and share their ideas with audience members and fans on the net.

Gong Jianying, Deputy Chairman of China Animation Association, said, "We are trying to integrate all the resources and team up to jointly promote a healthy development of Chinese animation industry."

Chinese cartoons enjoyed a prime period decades ago and exuded some award-winning classical works such as "Havoc in Heaven", "Three Monks" and "Tadpoles Finding Mother."

Since the late 1990s, Chinese cultural emblems and fables have been borrowed by western animation. "Mulan" and "Kungfu Panda" are excellent examples of the mixture, which won considerable box office all around the globe while being criticized for misunderstanding the oriental culture.

The past decade has seen a incredible progress in China's cartoon industry. The total length of domestic animated films is expected to reach 200-thousand minutes this year. And "The Dreams of Jinsha", a Chinese animated flick, was recently nominated by the 83rd Oscar Award Committee for Best Animated Film.

The animation industry has had a boom in China in recent years. An annual conference was opened in Kunming of Southwest China's Yunnan Province on Tuesday to review the progress in 2010 and plan for the future. [Photo Source:yunnan.cn]

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