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Morning Sun is a Taiwanese animation studio headquartered in Xinyi, Taipei, Taiwan with offices in Putuo, Shanghai, China and Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States.

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Morning Sun is a Taiwanese animation studio headquartered in Xinyi, Taipei, Taiwan with offices in Putuo, Shanghai, China and Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States.


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Morning Sun is a Taiwanese animation studio that since 1989, [[http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/feat/archives/2003/04/13/0000201952 has operated mostly out of its Chinese satellite studio]].

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Morning Sun is a Taiwanese animation studio that since 1989, [[http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/feat/archives/2003/04/13/0000201952 has operated mostly out of its Chinese satellite studio]].
headquartered in Xinyi, Taipei, Taiwan with offices in Putuo, Shanghai, China and Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States.


Since 1986, the company has done animation for both WesternAnimation and {{Anime}} TV shows and films.

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Since 1986, the The company has done animation for both WesternAnimation and {{Anime}} TV shows and films.


Morning Sun (also known as Morning Sun Animation Group) is a Taiwanese animation studio that since 1992, [[http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/feat/archives/2003/04/13/0000201952 has operated mostly out of its Chinese satellite studio]].

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Morning Sun (also known as Morning Sun Animation Group) is a Taiwanese animation studio that since 1992, 1989, [[http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/feat/archives/2003/04/13/0000201952 has operated mostly out of its Chinese satellite studio]].


Morning Sun (also known as Morning Sun Animation Group) is a Taiwanese animation studio

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Morning Sun (also known as Morning Sun Animation Group) is a Taiwanese animation studio
studio that since 1992, [[http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/feat/archives/2003/04/13/0000201952 has operated mostly out of its Chinese satellite studio]].


See also Creator/HongYing, another Taiwanese Animation studio based in Shanghai, China that has also done animation for both Western and Japanese TV shows and films.

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See also Creator/HongYing, another Taiwanese Animation animation studio based in Shanghai, China that has also done animation for both Western and Japanese TV shows and films.


Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 兆陽動畫) is a Taiwanese animation studio based in Taipei with offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Hollywood. It was founded in 1986 by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened two offices in North America (one in the United States and one in Canada), and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.

Aside from TV shows and films, Morning Sun also produced TV commercials, promos, and network ID's for clients like MTV USA, MTV Asia and Channel [V].

Other recent works in 1994 by the company includes a series of several station IDís for the launch of Channel [V], a new Asian satellite music television channel part of the STAR TV Network.

Since the 1980ís, the company has done animation for both WesternAnimation and {{Anime}} TV shows and films.

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Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 兆陽動畫) Group) is a Taiwanese animation studio based in Taipei with offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Hollywood. It was founded in 1986 by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened two offices in North America (one in the United States and one in Canada), and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.

Aside from TV shows and films, Morning Sun also produced TV commercials, promos, and network ID's for clients like MTV USA, MTV Asia and Channel [V].

Other recent works in 1994 by the company includes a series of several station IDís for the launch of Channel [V], a new Asian satellite music television channel part of the STAR TV Network.

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Since the 1980ís, 1986, the company has done animation for both WesternAnimation and {{Anime}} TV shows and films.


Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 兆陽動畫) is a Taiwanese animation studio in Taipei with satellite studios in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China and business offices in the US. It was founded in 1986 by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened two offices in North America (one in the United States and one in Canada), and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.

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Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 兆陽動畫) is a Taiwanese animation studio based in Taipei with satellite studios in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China and business offices in the US.Hong Kong, Shanghai and Hollywood. It was founded in 1986 by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened two offices in North America (one in the United States and one in Canada), and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.


Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 朝陽動畫) is a Taiwanese animation studio in Taipei with satellite studios in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China and business offices in the US. It was founded in the 1980ís by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened two offices in North America (one in the United States and one in Canada), and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.

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Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 朝陽動畫) 兆陽動畫) is a Taiwanese animation studio in Taipei with satellite studios in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China and business offices in the US. It was founded in the 1980ís 1986 by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened two offices in North America (one in the United States and one in Canada), and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.


Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 朝陽動畫) is a Taiwanese animation studio in Taipei with satellite studios in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China and business offices in the US. It was founded in the 1980ís by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened a Los Angeles office in the United States and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.

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Morning Sun (also known as Chao Yang, Morning Sun Animation and 朝陽動畫) is a Taiwanese animation studio in Taipei with satellite studios in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China and business offices in the US. It was founded in the 1980ís by Wang Ya-chuan a.k.a. Sam Wang (王亞泉 Wang Yaquan) in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1989, Morning Sun became one of the first Taiwanese animation companies set up on the mainland, which set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Shanghai, China; at the time, it was a subcontractor to many Taiwanese studios such as Creator/WangFilmProductions along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. It was also set up a subsidiary and a satellite studio in Hong Kong. In 1992, Morning Sun has opened a Los Angeles office two offices in North America (one in the United States and one in Canada), and one of the first Western companies to come in contact with the studio was Prrfect Animation in San Francisco along with many Chinese studios such as the state-owned Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. From 1992 to 1999, Alexis Wallrich was the chairman, president, general manager, senior vice-president, executive producer and CEO of Morning Sun. In 1996, Alexis Wallrich promoted to executive vice-president at Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. Wallrich will continue to oversee all operations, including business affairs, development and production, at the US office of the largest foreign-owned animation studio in Taiwan. Morning Sun Animation Group, Inc. animates shows such as Life With Louie, as well as two upcoming Brave Little Toaster Sequels, The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor and Zorro.


* ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'' (''To The Rescue'' & ''Goes To Mars'', with Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. The original movie done by Creator/WangFilmProductions and Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio)

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'' (''To The Rescue'' & ''Goes To Mars'', with Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio and [[Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio Shanghai Yi Li Mei]]. The original movie done by Creator/WangFilmProductions and Creator/ShanghaiAnimationFilmStudio)Creator/WangFilmProductions)

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