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Hero inspires real bravery

By Xu Haoyu | China Daily Global | Updated: 2021-03-31 12:16

Actors playing Ultra heroes in Shanghai fulfill the wishes of sick children.[Photo provided to China Daily]

On March 10, a missive was uploaded to the official website of the Ultraman Foundation, marking the 10th anniversary of its establishment.

The message says clearly: "We believe that these children's smiles are not only our irreplaceable hope for the future, but the future itself".

Heroes belong to the world, not just a single country.

The Shanghai Character License Administrative Company, is the exclusive licensing agent of characters such as the Ultraman Series, Detective Conan, Hatsune Miku and Evangelion.

In 2010, SCLA started to carry out charity activities in the name of Ultraman. As its first move, it participated in a campaign, which was initiated by the Shanghai Committee of the Chinese Communist Youth League, and donated a large number of genuine Ultraman Tiga-themed supplies, including backpacks, notebooks and pencils, to young people who were affected by the flash flood and mudslide in Zhouqu, Gannan Tibet autonomous prefecture in Gansu province.

From 2017 to February this year, SCLA organized 25 charity activities and sent actors to play Ultra heroes in seven cities in China.

Mu Yi, 5, has been suffering from neuroblastoma, a form of cancer. He made a long wish list and seeing Ultraman in real life was on it.

UItraman Zero flew to Jinan, Shandong province, to meet him on Jan 15.

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