As a follow-up to last year, asianbeat would like to continue the tradition in fostering shared values and mutual understanding amongst teenagers and young adults all over the world through the phenomenon that has overtaken the globe: manga.
Cosplayer #011 is the winner of China Joy Cover Coser's bronze award in 2012: Gui Gui Ying
The theme for this round is “lolita” and we have three lolita girls, currently residing in China, Japan and South Korea, here to present you their “real reports” and give you a glimpse into their daily lives.
It has long been said that Japan is currently in a “warring idols” period, but the situation has changed drastically over the years and I believe that period is now in its second phase.
In July this year, I released my new book, “Nihon ga Suki sugiru Chugokujin Joshi” (lit: The Chinese Girls With too Much Love for Japan) (PHP Shinsho), and I’ve decided to make this the theme for my article this week.
Cosplayer #005 is known as the queen of mystery. It's the beautiful, Shigatsumurasakinotsuchinoe.
Cosplayer #002 is Jigokukochoumaru. She's known as the "Ever-Changing Cosplay Queen" and she's also China's first ever cosplaying TV personality.
“TOP koukou” (TOP High School) is a cosplay community comprised of China’s leading cosplayers, put together by the country’s one and only cosplay themed magazine, “COS TOP.” Here we’ll introduce the cosplayers enrolled in the exclusive “TOP Koukou.”
Maid izakaya, “Yaneura,” is a Japanese style pub in Beijing where the waitresses are all dressed as French maids. They’ve been featured on various TV programs and are quite well known now, even in Japan.