Chinese animation went through a golden age in the late 1970s and 1980s. One after another outstanding animation was produced during that time. All teenagers and kids born during that period have moved on from viewing these animations; however, these classic images won't disappear from their minds.
China.org.cn picks the top 10 classic Chinese animations from the '70s and '80s. Let's take a look and recall those colorful images that brought us great joy and touched our childhood.
"Snow Kid", also referred to as "Snow Child", is a popular Chinese animated film produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio in 1980.
The story is about a rabbit mother who left her young rabbit home alone and built a snowman to accompany her child. The child and the snow kid became good friends immediately and happily played. One night, the young rabbit fell asleep and accidentally started a fire in the cabin. The snowman ran into the burning house and saved the young rabbit, sacrificing himself when melting in the fire.
This touching story has influenced countless children. Even now, many people still remember the melody of the film's graceful song.