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Russian educational cartoon series for preschoolers will be screened in China

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Russian educational cartoon series for preschoolers will be screened in China


24.06.2021

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The Russian animated series "Plasticines" will be shown to young residents of China, TASS reports. The educational project for preschoolers was created at the Soyuzmultfilm film studio.

It is planned that it will be screened on almost 50 digital platforms in China. The series directed by Sergei Merinov is intended for preschoolers. It introduces children to the alphabet, counting, and the world around them in the form of a play.

The Chinese company Joy Media has already bought the rights to distribute more than 80 short films by Soyuzmultfilm in China.

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