Chinese animation rebel Posted on October 6, 2009 by Jason Li Above: 16-minute anti-war animation, visually rich, especially for a one-man team. Backstory: Man works at ad agency. Man quits, returns home to live with mom, lives off of mom’s 1000 yuan/month retirement benefit, three years and half years later, the above animation was born. Intended message: The Chinese animation industry is lousy and driven by short-term goals. They can do better. Look, I can do better. Fun detail: Instead of credits, he lists idols, which include Pixar and Al “Core” 🙂 Via ESWN.