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"Tibetan Rock Dog" debuts in International Animation Expo

(China Tibet Online)

10:16, December 11, 2012

A 3D animated film "Tibetan Rock Dog" adapted from the original comic book by Zheng Jun, famous rock star in China, debuts in a press conference during the 2012 Beijing International Animation Expo, Dec. 7, 2012.

Zheng Jun along with the producers revealed the posters of the film and a trailer of 1 minute 30 seconds before signing his books as gifts to fans and journalists.

2012 Beijing International Animation Expo, the largest animation-themed activity in China, is held in China World International Exhibition and Conference Center from November 30 to December 9, offering an opportunity for the animation industry to exchange experience and seek potential business partners.

As the only Chinese animated film, "Tibetan Rock dog" shoulders the responsibility of promoting Chinese animation culture.

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