About the name...
Yanghunzi vs. Shudaizi Cartoon is an online, weekly cartoon
that explores the rapidly changing landscape of the world's most populous
country, China, through the eyes of two language school chums turned adventurer-entrepeneurs.
Shudaizi (Shudaizii plural) is a timid, sometimes unpredictable marsupial, that is easily disoriented. Surprisingly this subspecies of Shudaizi originated in the Americas and has slowly migrated East as his local supply of hard-to-read books began to vanish. All the reading in the world has prepared Shudaizi for his new life in China, but for reasons not yet known, we are still perplexed by his inability to adapt to the local environment. Curiously, Shudaizii have been known to possess panda-like reflexes, making them quite suitable for the jungle-like webs of guanxi found in it's modern, urban environment. Due to his ravenous appetite for books, the Shudaizii are often known to the general public as "Book Worms"
These pictorial accounts of Yanghunzi vs. Shudaizi
Cartoon are provided by the creative efforts of Moli
Design, a Beijing-based graphic design and multimedia company bent,
like everyone else, on domination
of the Chinese market. *whoopie!*
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