China's 3D animation film has Tibetan version

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China's 3D animation "Kunta" has been translated into Tibetan, becoming the first animation in an ethnic minority language.

The Tibetan version of "Kunta" will be screened for free in ethnic regions, said Chai Jinming, head of the ethnic language dubbing center in northwest China's Gansu Province.

Difficulties exist with technology and the animation process when it comes to dubbing animated movies in ethnic minority languages, but the successful completion of "Kunta" set a good example, said Chai.

Kunta tells an adventure story about two kids battling a drought on Peanut Planet.

The original film was produced by Zhejiang Versatile Media Company in accordance with international standards and released in August last year.It adopted cloud computing techniques and took three years to complete. Endi

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