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China International Cartoon and Animation Festival 2017-05-11
The China International Cartoon and Animation Festival is China’s largest cartoon and animation event and has been held annually in Hangzhou since 2004.
 
The festival begins with a grand opening ceremony which lasts for two hours with a cartoon & animation floats parade (动漫花车游行).


The festival consists of four major parts – exhibitions, activities, forums and competitions. Over the six-day festival, animators and cartoon lovers can enjoy the original cartoon and animation works, online games, cartoon parades and many other shows and plays. In addition, the festival also features a series of seminars and forums on topics such as animation talent training, new trends in animation development, and bottlenecks in current development, etc.

Time: April  -- May

Venue: Cartoon & Animation Square of White Horse Lake (白马湖动漫广场)
Add: No.336, Changjiang Road S., Binjiang District (滨江区长江南路336号)

Source: New Greater Hangzhou: A New Guide by George Chen
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