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七龍珠 is the Chinese dub of the Dragon Ball anime airing in the Chinese-speaking Asian countries.

Dragon Ball

The Chinese dub of Dragon Ball anime series aired on CTV, TTV and GTV formerly in Taiwan, and China TV channels.

Also, one of the Chinese dub with English subtitles were aired in StarTimes in Africa.

Dragon Ball Z

The Chinese dub of Dragon Ball Z, named 新七龍珠, or 七龍珠Z in Animax Taiwan, were aired in Taiwan. It was aired from August 3, 1997 to August 11, 2002.

Dragon Ball GT

The Chinese dub of Dragon Ball GT, named 新七龍珠GT, aired in China TV from April 8, 1998 to September 27, 2013. It have aired several reruns, marking the longest-airing Dragon Ball anime in Taiwan.

Dragon Ball Z Kai

The Chinese dub of Dragon Ball Z Kai, named 七龍珠改, were formerly aired in TTV, STAR Chinese Movies and Formosa TV since 2011. Unlike Japan, all episodes were broadcast.

Dragon Ball Super

The Chinese-Cantonese dub of Dragon Ball Super, named 七龍珠超, were available in Taiwanese and Hong Kong streaming media such of iQIYI and ViuTV and aired from July 1, 2016 to September 11, 2018.

Character names changes

  • Bulma - 布玛 (Bu ma)
  • Krillin - 克林 (Ke ling)
  • Chi-Chi - 琪琪 (Qi qi)
  • Launch - 兰琪 (Lan qi)
  • Mr. Popo - 波波先生 (Po po xian shan)
  • Frieza - 弗利沙 (Fu li sha)
  • Vegeta - 贝吉塔 (Bei ji ta)
  • Trunks - 特南克斯 (Ke lan ke shi)
  • Future Trunks - 未來特南克斯 (Wei lai ke lan ke shi)
  • Broly - 布羅利 (Bu lou li)
  • Cell - 賽魯 (Sa bu)
  • Majin Buu - 魔人普烏/普烏 (Mo ren pu mao / Pu mao)
  • Uub - 烏普 (Mao pu)

Voice Actors

See also

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