New 'Haier Brothers' cause controversy in China

By Zhang Xingjian | | Updated: 2018-09-14 10:13
A still from the originial version of Haier Brother [Photo/Mtime]

"They have gone to numerous schools in many cities, and incorporated views of children to set the final draft on the characters' images. Although the characters have different styles, the story will always integrate entertainment and knowledge. Children will learn useful facts in the fields of biology, nature, history, geography and anthropology."

Haier Brothers is the longest-running cartoon in China. The show was broadcast on China’s Central Television in 1995 and concluded in 1998.

The heroic Haier brothers have traveled around five continents and four oceans, experiencing 238 difficult and dangerous journeys in 56 countries — a total travel distance of more than 190,000 kilometers, equivalent to nearly five trips around the Earth.

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