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Tai Chi Chasers changes it up on Toonzai starting September 17


Tai Chi Chasers changes it up on Toonzai starting September 17

4Kids Entertainment will spice up their CW4Kids Toonzai Saturday Morning block with the debut of Tai Chi Chasers, an Asian co-production between Korea Broadcasting System, and Toei Animation. The 39 episode series follows the story of two conflicting races of beings – the peaceful Tigeroids, and the dangerous Dragonoids in an alternate universe. Rai, a member of the Tigeroids gets caught in the middle of this ancient war and must help the clan gather the 500 powerful Tai Chi Symbols before it’s too late.

Tai Chi Chasers debuts on the CW4Kids September 17 at 11 AM EST sandwiched between Dragon Ball Z Kai, and the original Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series. As always, check your local listings to see when it’s on at your house.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi78qLhdXvE
Tai Chi Chasers Promo

Tai Chi Chasers


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