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Celebrate Chinese New Year with a Flash Movie
    2007-02-24 10:28:25     CRIENGLISH.com
As the nation celebrates the traditional Spring Festival with family reunions and visits to friends, the younger generation is extending greetings their own way

A netizen named A Gui has created a series of flash movies, all featuring a chubby cartoon dog, to extend Chinese New Year greetings on the web.

Each second is made up of 12 different pictures, drawn by A Gui on an animation palette hooked up to his computer.

"The series of flashes bring a lot of happiness, fun, and prosperity to the coming year. I hope my work will bring good luck to everyone who clicks and downloads it."

A Gui has established a studio for his flash creations, and has been honored with several international awards for his work.

To other flash movie makers like A Gui, this is also a way to make their lifelong dream come true.

"I've loved reading and drawing cartoons since I was very young. Now I learn to make flash movies by myself, to realize my dream of making cartoons. I enjoy it very much."
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