Comics, animation and cartoons have become ubiquitous in world culture, and this museum was founded to celebrate that. Established in 2013 and supported by the local neighborhood council, they offer a series of exhibitions of the history of animation. Since the area is also a hot-bed of working animators, the museum also offers many "comix"-centered items for sale. Be sure to tour the "Comic Culture Walk" in the area, where you can see statues of locally created animation figures and comics characters. The "Toy Street" in the Tai Yuen Street and Cross Street neighborhood also includes shops offering clothing, toys and anime figures.
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