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  1. the English translation for the Chinese term Q版 (pinyin: Kiū bǎn), referring to the cartoonification or infantilization in the artistic renderings of real life or serious human, animal figures or other characters or objects, especially in the sty

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  2. characters, in the forms of cartoons, video animation, and plastic or stuffed toys have established a trend in many Asia-Pacific societies such as Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong

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  3. most likely coined in Chinese by the Hong Kongers after Anime or Manga representations of politicians, celebrities and serious subjects became popular in their place of origin, Japan

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  4. Mainland China was hit by the Q-version craze of late, but with much controversy, such as the Q-version Kuso edition of the government's official grade school Chinese language textbook, in which the term "Q-version", instead of meaning "populated by

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