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* Leinyan from the ''[[VideoGame/DonPachi DoDonPachi]]'' series wears a stereotypical chinese dress, and one piece of artwork for ''[=DoDonPachi DaiOuJou Black Label EXTRA=]'' shows her serving dim sum at the mess hall.

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* Leinyan from the ''[[VideoGame/DonPachi DoDonPachi]]'' series wears a stereotypical chinese dress, and one piece of artwork for ''[=DoDonPachi DaiOuJou Black Label EXTRA=]'' shows her serving dim sum at the mess hall. Hikari from ''[=SaiDaiOuJou=]'' is also this, wearing a green dress for herself.


* Chi-Chi from ''Manga/DragonBall''. Although over the course of the series, several minor characters are introduced in the same style. Chi-Chi herself regularly wears ''{{qipao}}'', which is a known practitioner of the Turtle Hermit style and strongest woman on Earth of Universe 7 (until Android 18 came into the picture), and in the Manga and Original Japanese version of the anime she's speaks with a heavy Main/TohokuRegionalAccent. Her favorite food is even Chinese chimaki, according to the [[http://dragonball.wikia.com/wiki/Dragon_Ball:_Super_Exciting_Guide.html Super Exciting Guide]]. While the Dragon World has no in-universe equivalent to China as a country, the original arc was a FracturedFairyTale take on ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', and the setting as a whole is probably best described as a [[FantasyCounterpartCulture fantasy hybrid]] of Japan ''and'' China.

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* Chi-Chi from ''Manga/DragonBall''. Although over the course of the series, several minor characters are introduced in the same style. Chi-Chi herself regularly wears ''{{qipao}}'', which is a known practitioner of the Turtle Hermit style and strongest woman on Earth of Universe 7 (until Android 18 came into the picture), and in the Manga manga and Original original Japanese version of the anime she's she speaks with a heavy Main/TohokuRegionalAccent. Her favorite food is even Chinese chimaki, according to the [[http://dragonball.wikia.com/wiki/Dragon_Ball:_Super_Exciting_Guide.html Super Exciting Guide]]. While the Dragon World has no in-universe equivalent to China as a country, the original arc was a FracturedFairyTale take on ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', and the setting as a whole is probably best described as a [[FantasyCounterpartCulture fantasy hybrid]] of Japan ''and'' China.


* Wang Liu Mei from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', although she only wears a qipao in the first episode and it is her BattleButler [[spoiler: and older brother]] Hong Long that knows kung fu.

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* Wang Liu Mei from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', although she only wears a qipao in the first episode and it is her BattleButler [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and older brother]] Hong Long that knows kung fu.



*** Fem China was soon introduced as the official female opposite, of the already feminine China. Fem China's behaviour is described to be a lot more [[GenkiGirl Genki Girl]] than her logic demanding counterpart.
* I-Pin from ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' is a good example of this, [[spoiler: particularly once she's hit with the Ten Year Bazooka.]]

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*** Fem China was soon introduced as the official female opposite, of the already feminine China. Fem China's behaviour is described to be a lot more [[GenkiGirl Genki Girl]] than her logic demanding logic-demanding counterpart.
* I-Pin from ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' is a good example of this, [[spoiler: particularly [[spoiler:particularly once she's hit with the Ten Year Bazooka.]]



* Ada Wong, from the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' games alwasy appears as a mysterious spy/agent for a third party opposing Leon Kennedy, and almost invariably wearing a sexy red qipao dress.

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Ada Wong, from the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' games alwasy appears as a mysterious spy/agent for a third party opposing Leon Kennedy, and almost invariably wearing always wears a sexy red qipao dress.


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* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': Shampoo and her grandmother hail from a hidden amazon village, deep in the mountains of China. Needless to say, she's almost always seen in Chinese garb and her speech pattern (at least in English) is the stereotypical [[YouNoTakeCandle broken English without pronouns or verb tenses]].
** In Japanese, Shampoo speaks ridiculously polite {{keigo}}, even to people who piss her off, because it's the only kind of Japanese she knows.

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* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': Shampoo and her grandmother hail from a hidden amazon village, deep in the mountains of China. Needless to say, she's almost always seen in Chinese garb and her speech pattern (at least in English) is the stereotypical [[YouNoTakeCandle broken English without pronouns or verb tenses]].
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tenses]]. In Japanese, Shampoo speaks ridiculously polite {{keigo}}, even to people who piss her off, because it's the only kind of Japanese she knows.



* ''[[Manga/SazanEyes 3x3 Eyes]]'': Mei Shin is from Hong Kong, knows Kung-Fu, and is drawn to actually appear Asian. She typically wears a red uniform, but slips into a {{Qipao}} during a later scene, in an attempt to get [[TheProtagonist Yakumo's]] attention.

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* ''[[Manga/SazanEyes 3x3 Eyes]]'': ''Manga/SazanEyes'': Mei Shin is from Hong Kong, knows Kung-Fu, and is drawn to actually appear Asian. She typically wears a red uniform, but slips into a {{Qipao}} during a later scene, in an attempt to get [[TheProtagonist Yakumo's]] attention.



* Melissa Mao from ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' is of Chinese descent but she doesn't follow any of the stereotypes. This is because she's lived most of her life in New York, although she also spent some time in Hong Kong.

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Melissa Mao from ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' is of Chinese descent but she doesn't follow any of the stereotypes. This is because she's lived most of her life in New York, although she also spent some time in Hong Kong.



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A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], even though there are many options for Chinese names. This trope dates back to the 1970s when Japan had a boom of interest in Chinese culture due to improving relations between China and Japan, as well as the dominance of Hong Kong action cinema.

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A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], even though there are many options for Chinese names.

This trope dates back to the Sino-Japanese war when Chinese women were highly exoticised and sexualised by Japanese men. It re-emerged in the 1970s although now as more "innocuous" portrayals when Japan had a boom of interest in Chinese culture due to improving relations between China and Japan, as well as the dominance of Hong Kong action cinema.cinema in Eastern Asia.


* Lenalee lee from ''D.Gray-Man''

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* Lenalee lee Lee from ''D.Gray-Man''''Manga/DGrayMan''.

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* In Manga/{{Chinpui}}, Eri Kasuga is this due to her ancestor, [[spoiler:Kukuru]] (her ancestor is the same as the kid from a Anime/{{Doraemon}} movie) hailed from Nanjing.


A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], even though there are many options for Chinese names. This trope dates back to the 1980s when Japan had a boom of interest in Chinese culture due to improving relations between China and Japan, as well as the dominance of Hong Kong action cinema.

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A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], even though there are many options for Chinese names. This trope dates back to the 1980s 1970s when Japan had a boom of interest in Chinese culture due to improving relations between China and Japan, as well as the dominance of Hong Kong action cinema.


** [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "You got that, chinglish?"]]

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** [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments --> "You got that, chinglish?"]]chinglish?"


A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], even though there are many options for Chinese names.

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A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], even though there are many options for Chinese names.
names. This trope dates back to the 1980s when Japan had a boom of interest in Chinese culture due to improving relations between China and Japan, as well as the dominance of Hong Kong action cinema.


A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], ''even though there are many options for Chinese names''.

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A [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]]. Nearly guaranteed to dress at some point in a {{qipao}} (or, almost as often, a tangzhuang) and has OdangoHair. A very high proportion (even for anime) will [[AllChinesePeopleKnowKungFu know martial arts, always in a Chinese style]]. [[StockForeignName Most of them will be called Lanhua (more often spelled Ranpha in merchandise), Meiling (sometimes Mei Lin), or some other popular name]], ''even even though there are many options for Chinese names''.
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* Chi-Chi from ''Manga/DragonBall''. Although over the course of the series, several minor characters are introduced in the same style. Chi-Chi herself regularly wears ''{{qipao}}'', which is a known practitioner of the Turtle Hermit style and strongest woman on Earth of Universe 7 (until Android 18 came into the picture), and in the Manga and Original Japanese version of the anime she's speaks with a heavy Main/TohokuRegionalAccent. Her favorite food is even Chinese chimaki, according to the [[http://dragonball.wikia.com/wiki/Dragon_Ball:_Super_Exciting_Guide.html Super Exciting Guide]]. While the Dragon World has no in-universe equivalent to China as a country, the original arc was a FracturedFairyTale take on ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', and the setting as a whole is probably best described as a [[FantasyCounterpartCulture fantasy hybrid'' of Japan ''and'' China.

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* Chi-Chi from ''Manga/DragonBall''. Although over the course of the series, several minor characters are introduced in the same style. Chi-Chi herself regularly wears ''{{qipao}}'', which is a known practitioner of the Turtle Hermit style and strongest woman on Earth of Universe 7 (until Android 18 came into the picture), and in the Manga and Original Japanese version of the anime she's speaks with a heavy Main/TohokuRegionalAccent. Her favorite food is even Chinese chimaki, according to the [[http://dragonball.wikia.com/wiki/Dragon_Ball:_Super_Exciting_Guide.html Super Exciting Guide]]. While the Dragon World has no in-universe equivalent to China as a country, the original arc was a FracturedFairyTale take on ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', and the setting as a whole is probably best described as a [[FantasyCounterpartCulture fantasy hybrid'' hybrid]] of Japan ''and'' China.


* Lenalee lee from ''Manga / D.Gray-Man''

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* Lenalee lee from ''Manga / D.''D.Gray-Man''

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* Lenalee lee from ''Manga / D.Gray-Man''

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