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4Kids introduces Tai Chi Chasers

Tai Chi Chasers

4Kids Entertainment is hoping to revive its Saturday morning offerings with a brand new series, Tai Chi Chasers. The toon will be a mix of traditional cel and CG animation, twisting an anime series for the American audience — similar to the company’s efforts with Dinosaur King; bringing a Japanese series worldwide. The series follows the adventures of Rai, a descendant of the Tigeroids, a race of powerful, peaceful beings. The Tigeroids are in an ongoing battle off earth with the Dragonoids in a parallel universe. Both groups aim to recover 500 powerful artifacts, the lost Tai Chi Symbols; and those that posses the symbols will have power enough to conquer the universe. Fans are hoping to get their first look at the toon at MIPTV, with the series set to air in early 2011.

About 4Kids Entertainment, Inc.
With U.S. headquarters in New York City, regional offices for its trading card business in San Diego, California and international offices in London, 4Kids Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: KDE) is a global organization devoted to the creation, development, production, broadcasting, distribution, licensing and manufacturing of children’s entertainment products.

Through its subsidiaries, 4Kids produces animated television series and films, distributes 4Kids’ produced or licensed animated television series for the domestic and international television and home video markets, licenses merchandising rights worldwide to 4Kids’ owned or represented properties, operates Web sites to support 4Kids’ owned or represented properties, and produces and markets collectible trading card games. Additionally, the Company programs and sells the national advertising time in “TheCW4Kids,” a five-hour Saturday morning block on The CW Television Network.

Additional information is available on the corporate web site and at the game station site.

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  1. Has Hush Has Hush

    I am planning to sign up for a Tai Chi class in Liverpool. I have done some research on Tai Chi and found out that it is really good for my health and my stress too. I am wondering how long should I practice it in each session and how often should I do it? Can I do it every day? Should I do it alone or with friends? Can I eat afterwards?

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