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Children’s 3D cartoon series J-Team: All New Jackie Chan Adventures is set to air on three satellite TV channels and 200 terrestrial channels in China later this year.

Jackie Chan 3D cartoon seriesThe show is targeted at children ages three to ten and features a child version of kung fu star Chan and a team of young protagonists who guard against monsters who threaten the 'dreamlands' - so that every child can have sweet dreams at night. The programme stars child actress Kyana ‘Poppy’ Downs, from the Chinese reality series Dad, Where Are We Going?

The J-Team is designed to promote ‘positive values’ for young audiences, with storylines embodying what are described as Chinese etiquette and traditional virtues, teaching good habits and discipline in line with Chan’s beliefs. The programme is produced by Zhejiang Talent Television & Film Co Ltd, Khorgas JJ Culture Media Co Ltd, and VJ Animation Studio and will air on channels including Hunan TV Children's Channel, BTV's Kaku Children's Channel, and Toonmax TV.

“With young children increasingly searching for new role models to look up, it is imperative that celebrities in China use their influence to help shape the values of today’s young Chinese children and indeed people in general,” said Hong Kong-born star Jackie Chan.

The US$6 million, 104 episode children’s cartoon series follows the American animated TV series, Jackie Chan Adventures which aired from 2000-2005 on Kid’s WB.