Creative Power Entertaining 广东原创动力文化传播有限公司 (China)


Creative Power Entertaining (hereafter CPE) is a professional animation and film production house, comprising of a group of young and enthusiastic animators and specialists with experienced techniques and expertise in production, story creation, graphic design, post-production and product distribution. The company aims to create original animations for China’s new generation.

Since 2003, The company has successfully launched original animation TV programme Toonexpress, and cartoon series “Happy Family”, “Cookie Master”, “Pleasant Goat Sports Game” “Planet of 7 Colors”, “Legendary Soccer Kid” as well as the most popular series, peaking at on more than 70 channels, the “Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf” which has received endless fame as well as TV and film awards. “Pleasant goat” is now regarded as one of the most popular cartoon images and licensing brands in China.

With a annual output of 5000 minutes, CPE is one of the National Animation Bases awarded by the Guangdong Administration of Radio, Film and TV for its outstanding contribution and dedication to Chinese animation industry. Its debut movie “The Super Adventure” premiered with record breaking ticket selling and hit box-office record in China. It made over RMB 90 million at the box-office in 2009, a record for a Chinese animation film. It won the highest honour in Chinese movie industry, including “The 13th Hua Biao Outstanding Animation Award” and Best Voice Acting Prize of the 2009 “Monkey King Awards” at the 5th China Cartoon and Animation Festival

In 2010 CPE launched a sequel “Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf—Desert Trek: The Adventure of the Lost Totem”. The box-office revenue has started with over 45 million yuan by the first weekend and later surged to 100 million in two weeks, and finally reached 130 million. It has refreshed the box-office record of domestic animation film and continued the undefeatable legend of “Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf” movie series.

In addition to the bigscreen, pleasant goat has made its presence on child publication including various comic books and magazines sold both in mainland and Hongkong.

In the pursuit of Chinese cultural originality, CPE set its goal on the development of humorous and entertaining products and will strive to bring happiness to all people around the world.


13A No.12 Wuzi Block, Beijiaochangheng Road,guangzhou, GD China
Zip: 510050
Tel: (+8620)-83809609 83829735
Fax: (+8620)-83804778


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